Decolonization and Nation Building. HIST 132 4 /8/13. Indian Nationalism. After 1858, emphasis on reducing ethnic, religious, and social divisions - Pan-Indian nationalism Combined Western ideas with traditional practices
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Decolonization andNation Building
122 spoken by more than 10,000 people,
29 spoken by more than 1 million
¼ of population
which benefited British rule
(railroads, telegraphs, etc.)
which would benefit India (cotton
and steel industries, limited
training of Indians, etc.)
land available for peasants
to the cities, but there
weren’t enough jobs
both rural and urban lower
minorities in East Bengal
to Delhi, former capital of Mughal
of the development of
money in appreciation of Dyer’s
and satyagraha (truth-force)
non-cooperation protests against
mass movement by speaking to the
harijan (Children of God) or the poor
homespun cloth and gathering salt
from the sea.
the British do?
including British imports, giving Indian
industry a needed boost.
designated successor as leader of Indian
Statement: Policy in
India, 1946, what is the
British government most
attacked and killed
have voted to join Pakistan,
but they were not allowed to.
of conflict between India
and Pakistan today…
independence, strong ties
remain between Algeria and
associations) and imposed
languages brought unity to
a youth movement to
between settlers and
Kikuyu leaders and resettled
emergency in Kenya (British East
Africa) and arrest Kenyatta and other
British, agrees to write a constitution
for independent Kenya
president of Kenya
and a France which continues
to aid it.” de Gaulle, 1958
rhetoric leads to heavy loss of life.
power in a military coup.
stays in office until 1997.