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THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN ASIA AFTER WWII INDIA After World War II principle of self-determination era of decolonization Asia for the Asians Japan and World War II had exploded the myth of Western supremacy contact with Western culture and technology Labor Party in Britain

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after world war ii
After World War II
  • principle of self-determination
  • era of decolonization
asia for the asians
Asia for the Asians
  • Japan and World War II had exploded the myth of Western supremacy
  • contact with Western culture and technology
  • Labor Party in Britain
  • Soviet propaganda
three phases of development
Three phases of development
  • The first phase, from 1885 to 1905, the Indian National Congress was dominated by the moderates.
  • Indians educated in English, who believed that the British would guide the country towards self-government.
the second phase from 1906 to 1919 the extremists emerged
The second phase, from 1906 to 1919, the extremists emerged.
  • The faith of Indians in Great Britain was shaken by the Rouwlatt Bill, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre and the repressive methods adopted by the British government.
gandhi s 6 principles
Gandhi's 6 principles
  • Truth
  • Nonviolence
  • Vegetarianism
  • Brahmacharya
  • Simplicity
  • Faith
quit india
Quit India
  • World War II and Quit India
  • Do or Die
  • In 1944 Kasturba Gandhi died in prison.
  • Freedom 1947
ghandi s faith
Ghandi’s Faith
  • When he was asked whether he was a Hindu, he replied:
  • "Yes I am. I am also a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist and a Jew".
  • 1948 assassinated by Hindu fanatic who opposed tolerance for all creeds and religions.