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Title Indian Unrest 1919-20
Description The two decades preceding India's independence from the British Colonial rule in 1947 were full of turbulence and turmoil. The movement for India's independence was at a high pitch. Several factors, national and international, contributed to the increasing unrest among the people of India. Prominent among these factors were violence and Jallianwala Bagh massacre at Amritsar in Punjab, the launching of the Khilafat movement in India following termination of Caliphacy of Muslims held by the Caliph of Turkey because of Turkey's anti-British alliance during the First World War. The starting of non-cooperation movement by Mahatma Gandhi in India against the British was another factor. All these events make the year 1919-20 as one of the most crucial years in India's Movement for independence. The whole account is analytical, scholarly and unbiased.
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