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Gandhi's Strategies

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The following document assesses whether or not Gandhi's strategies changed throughout his years of leadership and cover's three of India's most prominent milestones within the pre-independence history - the Non-Cooperation Movement, the Civil Disobedience Movement, and the Quit India Movement were successfully launched.

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Indian people Activism India Indian independence movement Indian nationalists Gandhism Indian Hindus British Empire in World War II Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi–Irwin Pact Non-cooperation movement Salt March
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Indian people Activism India Indian independence movement Indian nationalists Gandhism Indian Hindus British Empire in World War II Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi–Irwin Pact Non-cooperation movement Salt March
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With the guidance of Mahatma Gandhi’s leadership, three major milestones of India’s pre- independence history – the Non-Cooperation Movement, the Civil Disobedience Movement, and the Quit India Movement were successfully launched. The corruption of the British government as well as the reality of The Rowlatt Act – which authorized the imprisonment of any person suspected of terrorism without trial, the Jallianwallah Bagh massacre, as well as the Khilafat issue began to lead to the rapid diminishing of Gandhi’s loyalty to Britain and eventually drove him to become a non-co- operator. He did not choose to enter the political scenario upon return to India 1915 and instead rose to prominence through local disputes between the ...
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