September 30, 2020
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Gandhi's life by Justin Beeson
⟶ Updated 13 Dec 2018 ⟶
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Gandhi was born.
Gandhi and Kasturbai got married.
He goes to England to study law.
Gandhi was shot and killed in New Delhi, India by a Hindu extremist.
Gandhi failed to be a lawyer in India.
He arrived in England when World War I began.
He returns back to India with a warm welcome from his people.
Gandhi leads the Salt March.
Gandhi was arrested for his Salt March.
Gandhi and Smuts agree, ends protests.
Gandhi's wife died.
Gandhi burned the British passes.
The Salt March ends.
Gandhi is arrested for sedition and held without a trial.
He goes to England.
Nationalists found the magazine the Indian Opinion then print it on Gandhi's farm.
Gandhi publishes Declaration of Independence of India.
World War 2 begins.
Indian independence becomes official, also divides into two countries, India and Pakistan.
Gandhi is released from the Aga Khan's palace.
Gandhi visits Muhammed Ali Jinnah in Bombay over the summer, is unable to agree on something that will keep India whole.
Gandhi fasts in prison to protest British rule.
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