Indian Revolution

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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION (1915-1947) Review The Gandhian Strategy of Non-Violent Resistance against British colonialism for the National Independence of India
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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION (1915-1947) The Political Question How should th revolution for national independence against colonialism be made? How did Gandhi answer this question? How did Mao answer this question? How would you answer this question?
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THE GANDHIAN STRATEGY OF NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE Review Questions How many phases did the British conquest of the Mughal Empire take? How and when did the Mughal Empire become a colony of Great Britain? What does the term “British Raj” mean?
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THE GANDHIAN STRATEGY OF NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE How many phases did the British conquest of the Mughal Empire take? The British conquest of India can be divided into two main phases. Informal British Rule (1765-1857) Formal British Rule (1858-1947)
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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION How did the Mughal Empire become a colony of Great Britain according to Heinz? The British East India Company took over the Mughal Empire by acquiring the three strategic locations (Calcutta, Madras, Bombay) to project its power inland, working for Mughal emperors for political and territorial controls, exploiting local politics, using its private army, and manipulating the Hindu “doctrine of lapse.” (Heinz 1994: 340-345) Students’ Task: Use information in Heinz (1994) to explain each of the 5 key points made in the claim.
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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION How did the Mughal Empire become a colony of Great Britain according to Heinz? Continued. By 1856, most of India was under the informal rule of the British East India Company (1623-1858). In 1858, India was placed under the formal colonial rule of the British Crown following the 1857 Sepoy Rebellion . What did the term “ sepoy ” mean?
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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION (1915-1947) How did “India” change from a British colony into the Republic of India (Bhārat Ga arājya)? “India” changed from a British colony into the Republic of India as the direct result of the non-violent resistance of the Indian people against the British Raj under the leadership of Mohandas K. Gandhi and the Indian National Congress (INC), beginning in 1915 (after his return to India) and ending with the last political campaign “Quit India” (1942-47) when the new Labor Government in England decided to grant India her national independence on 08/15/1947.
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THE MODERN INDIAN REVOLUTION (1915-1947) How was the modern Indian Revolution for national independence made? The modern Indian revolution for India’s national independence can be divided into 2 main phases. Phase I of the Modern Indian Revolution (1885-1915)
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