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Narratives of the Indian revolutionary movement in exile have often focused on abstract notions of ‘London’—with a particular focus on ‘India House’ in Highgate—or ‘Paris’ without taking into account specific geographies of Indian anti-colonialism within these imperial metropoles. Drawing on addresses provided in intelligence reports, this article takes a spatial approach and explores how particular areas of London and Paris enabled the development of the Indian revolutionary movement in exile in the early twentieth century.
Laursen, O. B. (2021). Spaces of Indian Anti-Colonialism in Early Twentieth-Century London and Paris. South Asia: Journal of South Asia Studies, 44(4), 634–650. https://doi.org/10.1080/00856401.2021.1943773