Amritsar Massacre

  • The Boston Massacre

    The Boston Massacre happened in March 5, 1770 during the evening. In the Boston Massacre, British soldiers killed five inhabitants and wounded six inhabitants. Captain Thomas Preston was responsible for the British soldiers which killed five inhabitants. Whether Captain Thomas Preston gave the order “fire” or not is a controversial issue. Although there are lots of witnesses who argued they were sure that he gave the order, there were also lots of witnesses who argued they were sure that he was not

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  • Gas Gas

    Rowlatt Act upang mapigilan ang pagtutol ng mga Indian. Sa batas na ito, ang mga British ay pinagkalooban ng karapatang supilin at ikulong ng dalawang taong walang paglilitis ang sinumang tututol sa patakarang British. Amritsar Massacre - ang mga Indians ay nagtipon sa Amritsar bilang pagtutol sa Rowlatt Act,ngunit para mag-ayuno,manalangin at makinig.Lingid sa kaalaman ng mga dumalo,ipinagbabawal ng mga British ang pagtitipong pampubliko.Dahil sa paniniwalang sinalungat ng mga Indians ang patakarang

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  • Massacre of Fort Pillow

    The Massacre at Fort Pillow: Holding Nathan Bedford Forrest Accountable Ned Bishop United States History II Professor Citro March 22, XXXX Title of paper. Writer’s name. Title of course, instructor’s name, and date. Source: Diana Hacker (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004). 67 Bishop 2 Although Northern newspapers of the time no doubt exaggerated some of the Confederate atrocities at Fort Pillow, most modern sources agree that a massacre of Union troops took place there on April

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  • Summary of "Comments on Moro Massacre" by Mark Twain

    Ibe Joshua History 1302 24th Oct 2012 Summery of Comments of Moro Massacre by Mark twain. On March 12th nineteen hundred and six (1906) Mark Twain, celebrated american writer made a work called comments of the Moro massacre. This work concerned the engagement of five hundred and forty (540) U.S Army men with auxiliaries and the Moro of the Philippines which where six hundred in number. The man leading the U.S armed force Major General Leonard Wood and the U.S soldiers were armed with the latest

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  • Maruti Massacre

    July 21, 2012, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd has announced an indefinite lockout at their plant at Manesar, Haryana, after a general manager was killed and several others were injured in a violent confrontation between workers and management on July 18, 2012. The company ruled out importing cars to meet domestic demand and reiterated its commitment to its Manesar facility in the backdrop of persistent rumours that Maruti would shut down the facility once their plant in Gujarat was complete. In a statement

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  • Rosewood Massacre

    The Rosewood massacre was a violent, racially motivated conflict that took place during the first week of January 1923 in rural Levy County, Florida, United States. At least six blacks and two whites were killed, and the town of Rosewood was abandoned and destroyed in what contemporary news reports characterized as a race riot. Racial disturbances were common during the early 20th century in the United States, reflecting the nation's rapid social changes. Florida had an especially high number of

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  • Amritsar Massacre

    What do sources tell us about the Amritsar Massacre and how does this compare to how the film portrays it? Amritsar Massacre or “Jallianwala Bagh massacre’’, as it took place in on the 13th of April 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh garden in Amritsar, a city located in the north of India. General Reginald Edward Dyer had announced before 13 April that ‘’ any processions or gatherings of four men will be looked upon and treated as an unlawful assembly and dispersed by force of arms if necessary’’ (Cavendish

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  • The Boston Massacre in the Eyes of the 29th Regiment

    Michael Ferrick 12/13/12 Prof. Steffek Hist 1301 The Boston Massacre in the eyes of the soldiers of the 29th Regiment What really happened during the Boston Massacre is still a mystery, as many people had a different view about what they saw. The Boston Massacre took place in Boston Massachusetts, on March 5th, 1770, by the French and Indian War. More specifically it happened on the corner of Devonshire St. and State St., in front of Boston’s customs house between the soldiers of the 29th

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  • The June Forth Massacre

    government declared the martial law and cleared the Tiananmen Square by killing protestors. The Tiananmen Square Protest was ended after the June Forth Massacre. Hong Kong plays an important role on the movement as she supported the activists on Tiananmen and still keep fighting for democratic development in China and vindication of June Fourth massacre. During the period from April to May on 1989, there were lots of activities organized in Hong Kong in order to support the democratic movement in Tiananmen

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  • Harmandir Sahib

    History & Construction of Harmandir Sahib: (Sri) Hamandir Sahib – the Golden Temple, known for its beautiful scenery and layers of gold coating, named afeeter the Hari – the temple of God. Sikhs all across the globe daily pray to visit Amritsar and pay homage to their Holy Harmandir Sahib in their Ardas. As early as from start of the late 14th century, Guru Arjan Dev 1st of the eleven Sikh gurus, founder of the Sikhism religion. Guru Nanak travelled to places far and wide preaching the

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  • Gandhi

    messages were direct, and deep communication channels. Gandhi did not rely on messengers to receive information, but he wanted to see it for himself. He traveled to places and met with people to experience the impact on him. He traveled to the massacre site at Amritsar and connected with the pain and suffering. He was one with the people because he did not value his life higher than others. I believe the System 4 theory fits Gandhi’s style well and he was a successful leader based on his beliefs in Ahimsa

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  • Boston Massacre

    The Boston Massacre was an event, which led to the death of five colonists after British soldiers when ordered to fire upon them on March 5th, 1770. Much controversy surrounds the incident, as there seems to be a few different stories of what truly happened. Regardless, many people believe the Boston Massacre was the spark that ignited the Revolutionary War. My efforts will be focused on figuring our what really happened, and what events caused the British officers to shoot into the crowd of colonists

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  • Ahmedanshur

    May 2011 section a How far do sources 10, 11 and 12 suggest that the Amritsar massacre created widespread and long-lasting hostility among Indians towards British rule? Some of the source explicitly highlight Indian resentment towards the British, and genuinely express their frustration at the slow pace of reforms. The Amritsar massacre catalysed discontent among the masses- however source 12 present an alternate view. It argues that the Muslim segment of the population was not as sympathetic.

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  • Memories of Partition: Shiv K. Kumar’s - a River with Three Banks

    the week,with only one death reported. The victim is a helpless Muslim, killed by a fanatic Hindu as an act of vendetta for what the Hindus and Sikhs in Pakistan have suffered at the hands of Muslims. It is after a hectic spell of arson, rape and massacre that Delhi is gradually reverting to normalcy, at least temporarily. Before another curfew paralyses life in the city, people are seen buying groceries and a “a few refugee vendors have spread their wares: coarse woolens (sweaters, stoles, stockings

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  • Indian Accounting Association

    Commerce, Govt. College, Mohali) House No. 32 E/1, Panjab University Chandigarh N-023 Sh. Bhushan Kumar Sharma (Associate Professor in Commerce, Hindu College, Amritsar) Flat No.73-SF, B-Block Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar N-024 Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma (Associate Professor in Commerce, Hindu College, Amritsar) Department of Commerce Hindu College, Amritsar N-025 Mrs. Sunita Gupta 399, Sector 12, Panchkulla N-026 Mr. R.L.Behl (Associate Professor in Commerce Arya College, Ludhiana) 55 FF, Baba Ishar Singh Nagar

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  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre

    The Texas Chainsaw 3D (aka The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D) is a 2013 American slasher film directed by John Luessenhop and written by Debra Sullivan and Adam Marcus. It is the seventh film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, and was presented in 3-D. The film stars Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Tremaine Neverson, Tania Raymonde, Thom Barry, Paul Rae, and Bill Moseley. Texas Chainsaw 3D follows a young girl named Heather, who is travelling to Texas with her friends to collect an inheritance

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  • Pakistan Movement

    political parties joined hands to assault the injustice with the Muslim community. These steps were announced:No participation in victory celebrations. Boycott of British goodsoon Cooperation with the Government The second Khilafat Conference (Amritsar) was held in Dec. 1919. Maulana Muhammad Ali and Shaukat Ali joined the session after being released from prison. In Jan. 1920, M. A. Ansari led a delegation to Viceroy while Maulana M. A. Jauhar to Europe. The Khilafat Committee decided to start

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  • The Truth of Tsuyama Massacre Sample Edition

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  • Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

    among both Hindus and Muslims made his leadership possible; he even convinced the extreme faction of Muslims to support peaceful non-co-operation.[67] The spark that ignited a national protest was overwhelming anger at the Jallianwala Bagh massacre (or Amritsar massacre) of hundreds of peaceful civilians by British troops in Punjab. Many Britons celebrated the action as needed to prevent another violent uprising similar to the Rebellion of 1857, an attitude that caused many Indian leaders to decide the

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  • Tlatelolco Massacre

    History 151 28 March 2013 HIST 151: Final Essay Tlatelolco Massacre The Tlatelolco massacre was one of Mexico’s worst bloody events. It took place in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas (“Scare of the Three Cultures”) during the afternoon and night of October 2, 1968. Ten days before the Olympic Games, a group of 10,000 students decided to protest against the government’s oppression. Unfortunately the government sent the army to control the event and opened fire on the group of students

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  • Show Leadership in the Workplace

    Satvaraha again when he returned home and recruiting spread throughout the country and now with millions of followers the British Government in colonial India passed the Rowlatts Acts with one demonstration against the Acts ending a massacre by British soldiers at Amritsar, Ghandi retaliated by organizing Indians in public offices to resign, government agencies were boycotted, and Indian children were withdrawn from government schools. Throughout the country protesters sat in the middle of the streets

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  • Amritsar Massacre Evaluation

    divide in Anglo-Indian relations. As a result of the implications of WW1, it would be such deep opposition to the Rowlatt Act that led to the infamous Amritsar massacre in 1919 that galvanised the freedom movement. Whereas in 1914 Gandhi actively promoted cooperation with the British through conscription, the barbaric nature of the British in Amritsar dramatically altered his approach and he proceeded to fight for only full independence for India, overseeing three national campaigns that attracted

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  • Nanking Massacre

    It has been more than seventy years since the Nanking atrocity of 1937-38. This event is better known as the “Rape of Nanking” or “Nanking Massacre” (Wakabayashi). Even today, there is no healthy dialogue between the countries of China and Japan in regards to the atrocity that occurred there so long ago. The last time that there were any concessions made in regards to the atrocities in China were during and after World War II. Much of the historiography has been limited due the amount of silence

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  • 论文Aaa

    who has self-respect should accept this in justice requirement. He launched the national non-violent and non-cooperation movement in April. All people fasted for a whole day and stopped all the commercial activities. However, a ruthless massacre happened in Amritsar that leaded to 379 people died. Under this circumstance, India people were irritated by the English army though Gandhi tried to quell the anger of people. On April 18th, Gandhi had to suspend the movement. From the failure of this movement

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  • Massacre at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School

    Since the massacre at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School, many are wondering whether this tragedy might finally provoke action on guns. The answer is, it could. The reason may surprise guncontrol activists. A postNewtown examination of our gun laws would be the country's first such effort since the Supreme Court's 2008 decision in D.C. v. Heller, which struck down the District's handgun ban and affirmed an individual's constitutional right to bear arms. The case, decided by the court's

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  • Prevention of a School Massacre

    Betty Waltermire Crime and Criminology JUS-110 December 4, 2013 Prevention of a School Massacre One thing we have learned from numerous school shootings is; anyone can and will continue to enter educational facilities, begin shooting at random, killing whomever is in their way. On the surface it would be presumed the shooter would be trying to prove something or convey a message. Every shooter was different in

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  • Gandhi Leadership Qualities

    warrant or evidence, unlimited imprisonment without trial, and no opportunity for the accused to challenge the accuser or question any incriminating evidence against them. (126) These acts were enough to capture the attention of Gandhi, but the Amritsar massacre marked the beginning of what is now referred to as the Gandhian phase. A large group of Indian civilians gathered to peacefully protest the wrongful arrests of two of their leaders. This behavior, gathering that is, was strictly prohibited by

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  • The Katyn Forest Massacre

    KATYN FOREST MASSACRE Caroline Miller Luzerne County Community College HIS 102: Western Civilization II Word Count: 1,024 Katyn Forest Massacre On April 13, 1943, as families were sitting home listening to their radios to hear more news about the war that was occurring around them, a tragic announcement was made. A grave had been discovered in Katyn Forest in a small wooded area near Gneizdovo village, a short distance from Smolensk, Russia. The grave contained thousands of Polish corpses

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  • Sand Creek Massacre

    Sand Creek Massacre: Genocide? The World English Dictionary defines the term “genocide” as “the policy of deliberately killing a nationality or ethnic group.” Though the term “genocide” was not coined until 1944, acts of genocide have been committed throughout history. While some historians believe the killing and acts of violence toward Native Americans is considered genocide, others argue that genocide is an act of intent and does not describe the colonization experience. It is debated, then,

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  • Life of Mahatma Gandhi

    and by this time he had earned from no less a person than Rabindranath Tagore, India's most well-known writer, the title of Mahatma, or 'Great Soul'. When 'disturbances' broke out in the Punjab, leading to the massacre of a large crowd of unarmed Indians at the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar and other atrocities, Gandhi wrote the report of the Punjab Congress Inquiry Committee. Over the next two years, Gandhi initiated the non-cooperation movement, which called upon Indians to withdraw from British

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  • Massacre of Tlatelolco

    Plaza de las Tres Culturas I will be providing background as to what led to the protest, the ideologies, the strategies and forms of organization in the movement as well as a summary of what happened that day known as the Tlatelolco Massacre. The Tlatelolco Massacre took place on October 2, 1968 in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in Mexico City. A student movement arose here as a reaction to violent repression and dissatisfaction with the regime of the PRI. A peaceful demonstration organized by the

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  • Justify Two Significant Social and/or Political Changes That Occurred as a Result of the Actions of One World Leader.

    Gandhi’s approach forever changed the world socially and politically. The most significant political change that occurred as a result of Gandhi’s actions was the teaching of non-violence when dealing with political control and conflict. After the Amritsar massacre of 1919 where hundreds of unarmed Indian protestors were slaughtered, Gandhi changed his views of the British Imperial System, according to Sohail (2005). This event convinced him that the British rule was an evil force within India. Gandhi

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  • A Passage to India

    second visit in 1921, when the unrest and resentment against the British that eventually led to Indian independence had reached a fever pitch. In 1919, British troops had fired on unarmed protesters at Amritsar in Punjab Province, killing a large number. This incident became known as the Amritsar Massacre. By the time Forster visited in 1921, the feelings of the Indians were much more volatile than are pictured in A Passage to India. It's reasonable to assume that the setting is sometime between 1912

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  • Indian Nationalism

    its political situation and economy which was in turmoil due to the war. International pressure from countries such as the US whom Britain became reliant on during and after WW2. The consequences of key events such as the Indian mutiny and the Amritsar massacre which both brought about new policies and changed the way the country was governed. Nationalism was the most important factor in the period 1845-1947 in changing Britain’s relationship with its empire in India, as some of the factors listed above

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  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre | The Rebellion of the American People | By Sarah Burgess, James Kresa, Ryan Flynn, and Nick Zappier | | HIS 101 Prof Sundell HIS 101 Prof Sundell There are many things that are considered for leading to the American Revolution and one idea is that of oppression. Oppression is defined as “unjust or cruel exercise of authority or power” and “something that oppresses especially in being an unjust or excessive exercise of power.” (Merriam-Webster, 2014) Many colonists were

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  • Putin

    Parliament of the Rowlatt acts. The Rowlatt acts gave colonial forces emergency powers to jail anyone for threatening behavior to the British government. Gandhi stopped after violence had started. One example was the massacre carried out by British soldiers on 400 Indians by a meeting at Amritsar. This hiatus of the campaign was only temporarily. By 1920, Gandhi was the clear leader for Indian Independence from British colonial rule. Another action Gandhi stressed was for economic independence for India

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  • Jailya Wala Bagh

    Name:- kevin dankhara HISTORICAL ESSAY Amritsar Massacre Jallian Wala Bagh "The impossible men of India shall rise and liberate their Motherland" Mahatma Gandhi, after the Amritsar Massacre. Jallian Wala Bagh Memorial "The incident in Jallian Wala Bagh was 'an extraordinary event, a monstrous event, an event which stands in singular and sinister isolation"...Winston Churchill

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  • Titas

    Basarke Gillan, Amritsar pada 5 Mei 1479. Shri Guru Ramdass Sahib Ji adalah guru yang keempat. Beliau dilahirkan di Chuna Mandi, Lahore di Pakistan pada 24 september 1534. Guru kelima pula adalah Shri Guru Arjan Sahib Ji. Beliau adalah anak bongsu bagi Guru Ramdas Sahib dan Mata Bhani Ji. Shri Guru Arjan Sahib Ji dilahirkan di Goindwal Sahib pada 15 april 1563. Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji adalah guru keenam bagi agama sikhisme. Beliau dilahirkan di kampung Guru Ki Wadali, Amritsar pada 19 jun 1595

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  • Clash of Cultures: the Deerfield Massacre

    Clash of Cultures: The Deerfield Massacre Queen Anne’s War, was a second in a series of wars fought between Great Britain and France in North America for control of the continent. Twelve years of fighting between the Spanish in Florida, the French in the North American interior, the English on the coast, and different Native American tribes, that aligned themselves with one group or another, finally came to an end with an English victory. This success gave the English a base on the Hudson Bay

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  • History

    Acts, Amritsar and the Government of India Act, 1919 * Impact of First World War on India. * Terms of and reactions to Rowlatt Acts and the Government of India Act (1919). * Causes, events and significance of Amritsar. * An awareness of key developments in the years before 1919 especially the growth of the independence movement | * To understand the key features of the Rowlatt and Government of India Acts. * * To identify the reasons for and effects of the Amritsar Massacre. |

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  • Unearthing the Victims of the Maguindanao Massacre

    THE MAGUINDANAO MASSACRE VICTIMS REVEALED. “By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.” - Genesis 3:19 November 24, 2009, in one of the mountainous region in the province of maguindanao, an investigating and excavation team was formed and for the first time, tried to break up earth to uncover one of the most revolting slaughters of human life. The weather was undoubtedly fair

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  • My Lai Massacre

    Tristen Epling Cristina Trapani-Scott ENG 101 24 November 2014 My Lai Massacre The My Lai Massacre happened on March 16, 1968 in the village of My Lai, South Vietnam. The Vietnam war was fought between North and South Vietnam and it was about stopping the spread of Communism, which was greatly feared around the world. Especially in America. Anti-Communist countries like France and America backed South Vietnam the best they could, while countries like China and Russia supported North Vietnam

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  • India from 1918-1947

    introducing these reforms to ensure their continued supremacy in India. Riots did break out and the most infamous was at Amritsar in the Punjab where 379 unarmed protesters were shot dead by British soldiers based there. 1200 were injured. This incident shocked many in India but what caused equal outrage was the British reaction to Amritsar – the officer commanding British troops at Amritsar, General Dyer, was simply allowed to resign his commission after an inquiry criticised his leadership during the riot

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  • Ljnl

    Gandhi was all for the involvement of British rule when he returned to India from South Africa in 1941, however he changed his mind and decided he wanted India to be self-ruled. The Rowlatts act which continued regular wartime restrictions, the Amritsar Massacre in 1919, and the fact that Turkey had to pay indemnity and lose territories which Gandhi saw could be a threat on separateness between Muslims. Because Gandhi has a mass support within Indians due to his spiritual strengths and political awareness

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  • India

    up to and including independence. However, after the war Britain offered no such concessions. In April of 1919, a unit of the British Army went to Amritsar, in the Punjab, to silence pro-independence unrest. The unit's commander ordered his men to open fire on the unarmed crowd, killing more than 1,000 protesters. When word of the Amritsar Massacre spread around India, hundreds of thousands of formerly apolitical people became supporters of the INC and Muslim League. In the 1930s, Mohandas Gandhi

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  • Jonestown Massacre

    On November 18, 1978, in what is known as the “Jonestown Massacre,” more than 900 members of an American cult died in a mass suicide-murder under their leader Jim Jones. The mass suicide-murder took place at the Jonestown settlement in the South American nation of Guyana. James founded what turned into the Peoples Temple. Jones moved to Guyanese jungle where he made the Peoples Temple into what was supposed to be a real life paradise. Who would've thought that a gift from Heaven would later on turn

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  • Midnight’s Children – Parable of a Nation

    know that Pakistan emerged as a nation morphing from India, and achieving its independence swiftly, but it was a politically conservative choice. The segregation of the two nations was to prevent religious conflicts, and skirmishes such as the Amritsar Massacre, but it appeared as an anti-secular case to depart. The recollection of those Muslims who supported a secular state characterized by religious tolerance that has been rudely shoved "under the carpet," and it is literally to a cellar under the

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  • Colfax Massacre

    white men and 150 negroes were slain. This event on April 13, 1873 marked the end of carpetbag misrule in the South.”[1] This is what is on the official historical marker located in Colfax, Louisiana, the stage that once played out the bloody Colfax massacre. This day occurred during the Reconstruction period and is one example of the increased violence against blacks after the Civil War and after slavery had been abolished. The 1872 election for the governor of Louisiana had come to have two victorious

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  • Violent vs Nonviolent Revolutions

    governance from the British; however the British would go on to fail in these promises and pass the Rowlatt Acts, which suspended civil rights for Indians and enacted martial law in areas were uprisings were prevalent (Agatucci2, 1998). After the Amritsar Massacre most Indians join the fight for independence and many consider Mohandas Gandhi their leader. Gandhi calls for the people of India to meet British rule and oppression with Satyagraha (non-violent resistance) (Agatucci2, 1998). In the early 1920’s

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  • Ap World Spring Break

    there. Ch 29 Sec 3 1) Amritsar: a city in northwestern India where a massacre took place Salt March: Gandhi lead his people on this march to boycott the British Salt tax Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Leader of the separatist movement for a separate Muslim nation in Indian subcontinent Helped start Pakistan. Civil Disobedience: the active, professed refusal to obey certain laws, demands, and commands of a government, or of an occupying international power. The Amritsar massacre changed Indian goals because

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