An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 5, Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapters 26-30 Summary

In the midst of WWI, Gandhi and others are invited to a war conference in Delhi. While in Delhi, Gandhi becomes involved in the movement to have the Ali brothers released from prison. The prime minister admitted to the legitimacy of the demand of the Muslims regarding Khilafat that led to the imprisonment of the Ali brothers. Regarding the war conference, there is opposition to Gandhi attending from some of his supporters and advisors, especially in light of recent press reports about a secret treaty with Italy. Gandhi decides to attend in spite of the opposition and supports the resolution for a recruiting campaign.

Gandhi writes a letter to the Viceroy on behalf of the Ali brothers and in support of Home Rule for India. He then travels to Kheda to raise recruits, but unfortunately very few people volunteer...

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