The Non Cooperation Campaigns 1919-1922

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GCSE and A-Levels Unit 2 India Flashcards on The Non Cooperation Campaigns 1919-1922, created by Tom Lea on 05/15/2014.

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Why was the 2nd Non Cooperation campaign not a success? It became violent. The events of the Moplah Rebellion and Chauri Chaura made Gandhi call off the movement. This led to anger within the Nationalists - some thought they should have carried on.
What was the 2nd Non Cooperation campaign launched in response to? British support for Gen Dyer after the Amritsar Massacre
What was the 2nd Non Cooperation Campaign launched in response to? British support for Gen Dyer after the Amritsar Massacre
When was the 1st Non Cooperation Campaign? 1919
What was the key method of protest in the 2nd Non Cooperation movement? Swadesh (boycott) of British goods, especially British cloth.
When was the 2nd Non Cooperation campaign. 1920-1922
What happened at Chauri Chaura A mob of protestors burnt 22 policemen to death
What was the Moplah Rebellion? Communal violence between Muslims and Hindus. 600 Hindus killed and 2500 were forcibly converted to Islam.
Who/what was the focus of the 1st non-cooperation campaign? The Indigo workers and their abuses by the British Landlords
What was Gandhi's promise Indian's if they fully supported his 2nd Non Cooperation Movement? Swaraj within a year.
Which Muslim campaign did Gandhi link his Non Cooperation movement with to try and increase Hindu Muslim unity? The Khilafat movement.
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