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Gandhi's Non-Violent Fight for Peace and Equality

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    Indian Nationalism & Independence

  • Indian Rebellion of 1857

    Indian Rebellion of 1857
    The Indian Rebellion of 1857 was caused by a cospiracy of indian soldiers that worked for europeans of the East India Company's army on 10 May 1857
  • Government of India Act 1858

    Government of India Act 1858
    The Government of India Act 1858 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom passed on August 2, 1858. It was made to liquidate the East Indian Company and give its power to the British government.
  • Indian National Congress

    Indian National Congress
    In this year India formed it's first national congress, it was called the INC.
  • Train ride in South Africa (Civil Disobedience)

    Gandhi is discriminated because he is traveling in first class in South Africa, and he is colored. Gandhi refuses to go to third class and he is kicked out of the train.
  • Non-Violence Prostest (Civil Disobedience)

    Non-Violence Prostest (Civil Disobedience)
    Gandhi convinces his followers to fight against the government but instead of fighting with violence, they fight by disobeying the law.
  • All-Indian Muslim League

    The All India Muslim League is formed, a political organization that represented the interests of Indian Muslims.
  • Gandhi Arrested (Civil Disobedience)

    Gandhi Arrested (Civil Disobedience)
    Gandhi is Arrested for the First Time, for Refusing to Carry an Obligatory ID Card in South Africa
  • Changes in Social Class (Civil Disobedience)

    Changes in Social Class (Civil Disobedience)
    Gandhi comes from the second class level of the Indian social pyramid, so his family is very rich. But Gandhi disobeys the social norm, and goes and lives with the farmers.
  • End of WWI

    End of the First World War in which Britain fought.
  • Amritsar Massacre

    Massacre killling thousand of kids and women.
  • Government of India Act 1919

    This act allowed more Indias to be able to participate in the Indian government.
  • The first non-cooperation movement

    At the Calcutta session of the Congress in September 1920, Gandhi convinced other leaders of the need to start a non-cooperation movement where India could get sefl-rule.
  • Twenty-One Day Fast (Civil Disobedience)

    Gandhi Begins Twenty-One Day Fast in an Attempt to Reconcile Hindus and Muslims
  • Independence Day

    Independence Day
    The Indian National Congress declares January 26 as Independence Day.
  • Salt March (Civil Disobedience)

    Salt March (Civil Disobedience)
    Gandhi starts a 200-mile protest march towards the sea with 78 followers to protest the British monopoly on salt, he gained more followers along the way.
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    Salt March

    200 mile protest against British monopoly on salt.
  • War against Azad Kashmir

    War breaks out between India and forces in Kashmir.
  • Assasination of Gandhi

    Assasination of Gandhi
    The spiritual leader of the Indian revolution is shot and killed by Nathuram Godse.