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Nationalist Leaders. Theresa and Diana. Nationalist Leaders. Nationalism- feeling of strong pride in one’s country Unified the country to fight for: Independence Self-rule National advancement Ethnic identification Resentment of Western dominion

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Nationalist leaders

Nationalist Leaders

Theresa and Diana


Nationalist leaders1

Nationalist Leaders

  • Nationalism- feeling of strong pride in one’s country

  • Unified the country to fight for:

    • Independence

    • Self-rule

    • National advancement

    • Ethnic identification

  • Resentment of Western dominion

  • Wanted Decolonization- Europe to retreat from their country


Nationalist leaders

Asia

  • Before WWII

    • SE Asia under Western imperialism

  • During WWII

    • Under Japanese imperialism

  • After WWII

    • Didn't want to go back to Western imperialism


India

India

  • Controlled by British since 1700s

  • Indian National Congress formed- establish self-rule and complete independence

  • Muslim League formed to protect citizens rights


Mohandas gandhi

Mohandas Gandhi

  • Returned from South Africa

  • Satyagraha, non-violent resistance

  • Government of India Act

    • Federal government established

    • Diarchy abolished

  • Noncooperation (civil disobedience)

  • Salt March


Ho chi minh vietnam

Ho Chi Minh- Vietnam

  • Lead the Viet Minh guerilla soldiers against Japanese and French  War in Vietnam

  • Adopted Marxism in France:

    • Wanted to revolt from the ruling class

    • Wanted a classless society (no higher powers- Europeans)

  • Used Marxism as path to successful revolution – everyone should be equal

  • Gained independence


Africa

Africa

  • WWII- Africans were recruited to fight for Allies

  • Wanted independence

  • Pan Africanism: nationalistic movement that unified all Africans

  • Wanted trade Unions

  • African National Congress

    • Governing political party

    • Made rights for South African population

  • Ended foreign control (European decolonization)


Kwame nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIr09k_LMoE

  • State should control national economy led to economic development

  • Became president of Ghana and made one-party state

  • Gained independence from British colonial rule in 1957

  • Pushed Pan Africanism

  • Became too powerful  overthrown

  • Legacy


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