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F world war ii and indian independence f1 after wwii

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F. World War II and Indian Independence F.1. After WWII had begun, Gandhi still continued using Satyagraha
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F.2. Hundreds of leaders were imprisoned for the out breaking of protests for Indian independence F.3. Another nationwide Satyagraha took place resulting in yet another arrest of Gandhi, which resulted in violent protests, which is exactly what he wanted to stay away from F.4. Finally, the Labor Party came into power in Britain, and India was guaranteed independence. F.4.a. Although India would become free, it would first need to be split into Pakistan and India. Although Gandhi was against this, it was the only way to gain independence, so he had to support it F.5. Gandhi fasted to promote peace in his new free country F.5.a. On January 18, 1948 Gandhi broke what would be his last fast F.5.b. He was assassinated during his walk to the temple for his morning prayers by a Hindu extremist who believed that Gandhi did the wrong thing by becoming friends with the Muslims III. Impact on the world A. He introduced to the people in his country, and internationally the concepts of satyagraha and ahimsa A.1. People saw how effective they were compared to all out combat
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A.2. People realized that moral power is stronger than physical power B. Biggest impact on Martin Luther King Jr. B.1. Was very fond of Gandhi, and his ways of getting India’s independence. Was inspired by Gandhi’s nonviolent acts, and used them in his own civil rights movements to during the time of segregation of colored people in the US. B.2. Proved to be successful, just like Gandhi was, which made more and more people all around the world believe that satyagraha and ahimsa are very efficient IV. The world without Gandhi A. India might have still been under Britain rule B. Colored people might have still been segregated in the US C. Indian people would be living a different life style than they are today D. There would be a different picture on Indian money, if the British had not gotten rid of rupees V. Conclusion A. Gandhi impacted the world greatly A.1. Introduced satyagraha and ahimsa to the world A.2. Free India from British rule
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A.3. Inspired many people, such as King A.4. Is a huge role model, not just to Indians, but to people all over the world B. The world would be a different place if Gandhi had not existed
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