The interwar period (1919-1939) is crucial in the history of India as it is an important part of the jigsaw puzzle in understanding the contemporary political structure and the formation in Modern India and Pakistan. This period as a whole is very sensitive as huge changes and restructuring were taking place all over the world after the drastic world war. Since the world I war was mostly fought between colonies and as the World War I came to end, many or simply most of the colonies which due to
Zane Schwarz 9/9/15 Gandhi essay Great Soul Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India He was a symbol of peace, tolerance, compassion, humility, integrity and every other positive attribute a man of virtue should strive to be Mohandas Gandhi, born in 1869, he did world altering things while he was alive, and even after he died, people still look up to him as a figure of peace, tolerance, compassion, integrity, perseverance, and any other positive attribute a man of virtue would strive to be.
him by the poet Rabindranath Tagore. Gandhi knew how to reach people and spoke of a new, free Indian. He gathered up Indian students to make an ambulance corps to help the British Army. But in 1919, Gandhi returned back to civil disobedience. The Rowlatt Acts caused Gandhi to call a strike throughout the country but he then later called it off after violence started occurring against Englishmen. After the Amritsar Massacre of over 400 Indians, Gandhi responded with disobeying British courts, stores