6879 Social Timeline (P3 Sumin)

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  • Marched to Delhi

    Sepoys marched Tto Delhi, where they were joined by Indian soldiers stationed there.Historians called this Sepoy Mutiny.
  • Btitist government direct command of India

    A cabinet minister in London directed policy , and a British governor-gerneral in India carried out the government's order.
  • Nationalism

    The nationalists led to founding the Indian National Congress., concentrated on specific concerns for Indians.

    Hindu Indian National Congress or Congress Party formed to rid ndia of foreign rule.
  • No colored people in South Africa

    late 1800's, in South Africa, the law was against colored people such as indians.
  • Muslim League

    Muslim League was an organization founded to prtect Muslim interests. Muhammad was the leader of the Muslim League.
  • plan

    He planned to have a peaceful action with no violent, "peaceful protest".
  • returned to India

    he join to fight for Indian independence from British, but in not violent way.
  • cut hair

    Gandhi cut his hair and changed his cloth to white.
  • Britain reaction

    Indian troops returned home from the war. Britain treated as second-class citizens.
  • British passed the Rowalt Acts

    These laws allowed the government to jail portesters without trial for as long as two years.
  • The congress party endorsed civil disobedience

    the deliberate and public refusal to obey a nunust law, and nonviolence as the means to achieve independence.
  • Arrested thousands of Indians

  • Protestants protest

    They had a protest and it was a violent protest.
  • Salt March

    Gandhi and his follwers walked about 240 miles to the seacoast and they began to make their own salt by collecting water from sea. There were no violent happening.
  • India Act

    the grant of a large measure of autonomy to the provinces of British India
  • Burned all clothes

    He burned the clothes to pay less tax, the same idea with salt march, he wears the least material.
  • Law in south Africa

    Gandhi went to South Africa and after he thrown off from the train, he knew the laws are biased against indians in South Africa. It was being a problem to traveling in a first class comaprtment for indians.

    British leave India, India finally gained independence
  • Sri Lanka's independence

    A small, island nation just off the southeast coast of India, gained its independence from Britain.