In addition to the many research leads being actively pursued, The Bose Mystery has access to the following backlog of material. Efforts are being made to process it all.

Over 50 photographs of Vyacheslav Molotov and Subhas Chandra Bose, in many cases surrounded by army guards and/or unknown individuals, during various meetings in the USSR during the period 1949-1953.

These photographs have largely been extracted from Russian private collections of Soviet era underground propaganda booklets of unknown intent and origin. These booklets contain articles by someone known only as the General. He writes about a strange mixture of topics, from esotericism to socio-politics to details of secret military operations during the Cold War era.

A good portion of these photographs will appear in The Bose Mystery Volume 2: The Molotov Meetings.

Source: Russian private collections

French intelligence reports on Subhas Chandra Bose (1945, 1946, 1966, 1968, 1969)

Source: French private collection

 

"Geschichten von der Zukunft"

A collection of papers and a booklet, supposedly recounted by someone known as the Übermensch von Bosti (Superman of Basti). This material was obtained in Bad Gastein, Austria, though its origin is most likely Swiss. The gist of the material is a long series of socio-political predictions by some sort of saintly figure. The predictions cover most of the 21st century. There are also some writings regarding the end of the Second World War and possible escape plans of Nazi fugitives.

Please see Ongoing Research for more information.

Source: German private collection

A photograph of the Übermensch von Bosti mentioned above. He strongly resembles an aged Bose. There are many indications that this man and Bhagwanji of Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, are the same individuals. This would mean that the actual existence of Bhagwanji could be proven through photographic evidence instead of just the personal verbal testimonies of a handful of individuals.

Source: German private collection

1946 radio broadcast in excellent quality from the USSR by Subhas Chandra Bose.

It starts, "This is Subhas Chandra Bose speaking from substation Domovoi, adjunct four, Soviet Union."

 

He then proceeds to discuss plans for an operation named Snow Cake.

Source: Anonymous Group

Early 1970s transmission by Subhas Chandra Bose during the Bangladesh Liberation War (in Bengali).

Source: Anonymous Group

Color film footage of an individual identical to the Tashkent Man of 1966 at an important Communist conference in 1972. The country where this conference was held was neither modern day Russia nor India.

Please see Ongoing Research for more information.

Source: Anonymous Group