During the freedom struggle of India, many Europeans are known to have supported the Indian cause. Who among the following smuggled photographs of the gruesome killings of Indians by British to England, creating a public outrage there?
Benjamin Guy Horniman (b. 1873 – d. 1948) was an Irish journalist, best known for having smuggled to England photographs of the gruesome killings, which were published by The Daily Herald, the mouthpiece of the British Labour Party, causing major public outrage in England. After India’s independence in 1947, the Elphinston Circle was renamed to the Horniman Circle Gardens, a large park in South Mumbai to commemorate his legacy.
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