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British had planned the assassination of Subhas Chandra Bose in 1941

On February 27, 1941, the British had intercepted and decoded an Italian telegram that suggested that Bose might be in Kabul. Also The British Special Operations group had informed their representatives in the middle East that Bose was to travel from Afghanistan to Germany via Iran, Iraq and Turkey. Irish historian Prof Eunan O'Halpin of Trinity College Dublin had made a sensational claim quoting from British intelligence documents declassified in 2004, that Britain actually ordered the assassination of Bose on March 7, 1941 to its operatives in the Middle East. 

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