• Indian Rebellion

    Indian Rebellion
    The sepoys rebelled, marched to Delhi, where they joined with Indian soldiers stationed there.
  • British Take Control

    British Take Control
    British government took direct control on india. Under the reign of Queen Victoria. The Government of India Act 1858 was an Act of the Parliament of UK
  • Indian National Congress

    Indian National Congress
    Growing nationalism led to the Indian National Congress. Indian National Congress, founded by a collection of educated elites hoping to build bridges with people involved with government and other officials, went on to become the most influential organization in the transition to sovereignty.
  • Bar Exam

    Bar Exam
    Gandhi passes the bar exam in England.
  • Lead To South Africa

    Lead To South Africa
    Gandhi was thrown off the train, lead to South Africa. People started to leave the church because Gandhi saw them as selfish rich people so their thoughts didn’t agree.
  • Year on South Africa

    Year on South Africa
    Gandhi accepts commission to spend a year in South Africa advising on a lawsuit.
  • South Africa Acommpanied

    South Africa Acommpanied
    Gandhi returns to South Africa with his family.
  • Coinage Act

    Coinage Act
    Growing nationalism led to the Muslim League
  • Gandhi Back in India

    Gandhi Back in India
    Gandhi went back to India, many supporters that he had were there to greet him as he got to India
  • End of First World War

    End of First World War
    Indian troops returned home from the war. They were once again treated as second class citizens, noticing that the british didn;t fulfill its promise.
  • The British Ram the repressive Rowlatt Act through India’s Imperial Legislative Council.

    The British Ram the repressive Rowlatt Act through India’s Imperial Legislative Council.
    The british passed the Rowlatt Acts. Laws that allowed the government to jail protesters without trial for as long as two years. Western-educated Indians were in denial of trial by jury violated their individual rights. About 10,000 hindus and muslims flocked to amritsar at the amritsar massacre.
  • Jallianwala Bagh Massacre

    Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
    Jallianwala Bagh Massacre- individuals where violent, many got killed, but some got away.
  • No Work

    No Work
    Indiand left work, and headed to pray all day.
  • Non Violent- Cooperation

    Non Violent- Cooperation
    Gandhi started his experiment of non-violent non-cooperation. The british arrested thousand of Indians who had participated in strikes and demonstrations. Despite Gandhi's pleas for nonviolent, protests often led to riots.
  • Salt March

    Salt March
    Gandhi organized a demonstration to defy the hated Acts. The indians had to be doing things for the government that was not fair at all, including having to buy salt from the government. In opposition, Gandhi and his followers walked about 240 miles to the seacoast. They began there to make their own salt by collecting seawater and letting it evaporate. This was called the Salt March.
  • Sumbirt Report

    Sumbirt Report
    Submit Report was pubslihed into two volumes
  • Government of India

    Government of India
    Communists kept only a step ahead of Jiang’s forced. Thousands of people died from hunger, cold, exposure and battle wounds. The British Parliament passed the government of India Act. It provided local self government and limited democratic elections, but not total independence. This Act also fueled tensions between muslims and hindus. Indian muslims outnumbered by hindus, feared that hindus would control India if they won the independence.
  • War on Germany

    War on Germany
    India declared war on Germany, on September 3.
  • Indian National Army

    Indian National Army
    Trial of Indian National Army at Red Fort; Shimla Conference; World War II ends
  • British House of Commons

    British House of Commons
    The British House of Commons passed an act on July 16. It granted that two nations, India and pakistan, independence in one month’s time. In that short time more than 500 independent native princes had to decide which nation they would join. In the summer of 1947, 10 million people were on the move in the Indian subcontinent. Violence among the different religious groups erupted
  • Death

    Gandhi was Killed and Shot
  • India Wins

    India Became a Republic