World War 2 In India

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World War 2 In India
1 The Declaration of War and the Two-Nation Theory
1.1 1939, London declared India at war without consulting Indian government
1.2 Jinnah took opportunity in 1940 with Lahore Resolution
1.2.1 argued that Indian Muslims were a nation unto themselves and made vague demand for independence of Muslim cities
1.2.2 two-nation theory
1.2.2.1 argued that 2 nations resided within India and must be treated equally
2 August 1942: Turning Point
2.1 Quit India Movement
2.1.1 many joined, even those who didn't join Gandhian street activism like women
2.2 colonial state tried to repress the movement with brutal tactics
2.2.1 Muslim League supported colonial state = given more power
3 Indian National Army
3.1 by Subash Chandra Bose
3.1.1 bombastic and galvanizing
3.1.2 struck a deal with Axis powers
3.1.2.1 he would mobilize Indian prisoners of Japanese to help in war effort and take India from British
3.2 opposite of Gandhi's non-violence
4 Indian Summer: The 1943-44 Famine in Bengal
4.1 British was in debt, so Delhi paid for soldiers and British will pay for it after the end of the war
4.1.1 In response, Delhi kept printing valueless paper money causing inflation
4.2 combined with other wartime pressures on food supplies and stores, led to death of 3.5 M in eastern India
4.2.1 food was centered in cities and the army
4.2.1.1 those in the countryside couldn't afford the food because of inflation
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