October 31, 2020
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Mahatma Gandhi is born. Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India. Gandhi was born to parents Putlibai Gandhi and Karamchand Gandhi.
Gandhi's death date. Gandhi was assassinated by firearm. He was assassinated in New Delhi, India.
Gandhi was married to Kasturba. Gandhi was 13 years old and Kasturba was 14 years of age. This was an arranged marriage. Kasturba was an Indian political activist.
Gandhi leaves for England to study law. While in England he passes the bar exam. Unfortunately he fails as a lawyer in India.
Gandhi leaves to spend a year in South Africa to help with a lawsuit. He decides to remain in South Africa and founds the Natal Indian Congress.
After returning to India for his wife and children, Gandhi returns to South Africa with his family.
Being under the control of the British, The Boer Republic Transvaal requires all Indians to register as members. Gandhi refuses to register, demonstrating his first use of non-violence and non-cooperation.
Gandhi spends 2 months in prison after being arrested. In the near feature, he will spend an additional month in jail.
After traveling to London and peacefully supporting the rights of the South African Indians, The Transvaal law is repealed.
Gandhi sails to England and arrives just as World War I starts.
After returning home to India, Gandhi and his followers develop a religious communal farm, Satyagraha Ashram, where he, his family, and followers live
British troops slaughter Indian protestors in the Amritsar Massacre.
Gandhi calls for non-cooperation across India, and he is ultimately arrested resulting in a lengthy prison sentence.
After release from imprisonment Gandhi avoids politics and begins to write about India and improvements there.
Gandhi becomes President of the Indian National Congress even though he has been removed from politics for years.
Gandhi publishes the Declaration of Independence of India.
Gandhi warns Viceroy that he plans to break the Salt Laws. Shortly after he leads his Salt March to the sea.
Gandhi begins his 5 day fast to protest treatment of the untouchables.
Government of India Act passes which is the first step in India's independence.
Gandhi is imprisoned and held in Aga Khan's palace. For one month he will fast to protest British rule.
Gandhi is released from imprisonment in Aga Khan's palace.
Indian independence is official and creates 2 countries which are India and Pakistan.
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