Modern Indian History & Freedom Struggle

October 25, 2011

Tokyo Conference: March, 1942

By this time, Ras Bihari Bose had established himself in East and in March 1942, he convened a conference in Tokyo. The outcome of this conference was the new

October 25, 2011

Subhash Chandra Bose: In Germany

In 1941, When Netaji left India in disguise and reached Germany, he was welcomed by Joachim von Ribbentrop, Foreign Minister of Germany from 1938 until 1945, and right hand

October 25, 2011

Quit India Movement

In July 1942, the Congress Working Committee met at Wardha. Here a long resolution was passed that demanded that the “British Rule in India must end immediately”. This resolution

October 25, 2011

Cripps Proposals 1942

1942 saw the advancement of British forces in India. Apart from that there was a pressure from the American President F. Roosevelt and Chinese premier Chiang Kai-Shek to concede

October 25, 2011

Individual Satyagraha 1940-41

The Congress was in a confused state again after the August Offer. The radicals and leftists wanted to launch a mass Civil Disobedience Movement, but here Gandhi insisted on

October 25, 2011

August Offer 1940

When the Congress ministries in the Provinces resigned, the British arose and wanted to get support of the Congress for war. In March 1940, Congress met at Ramgarh in

October 25, 2011

Jinnah’s Two Nations Theory March 1940

In November 193, a Pirpur Committe which was submitted by the Muslim league had presented its report in which it charged the congress for interference with the religious rites,

October 25, 2011

Second World War 1939 & Congress

Soon after the war broke out, an array of emergency legislations was passed in India and Britain. The autonomy of the Provincial Governments was curbed and civil liberties of

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