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GANDHI
(not)
Max
Brandon
Foerester
By Foerster, Max, And
Brandon, Presenting...
Gandhi
Gandhi, a young
Indian boy would
change the world
for the greater good
without, war, weapons
or even violence!

Gandhi became a leader of India's independence movement, organizing boycotts against British institutions in peaceful forms of civil disobedience.
Indian nationalist
leader Mohandas
Karamchand Gandhi,
more commonly
known as Mahatma
Gandhi, was born
on October 2, 1869,
in Porbandar,
Kathiawar, India.


He studied law in
London, England,
but in 1893 went
to South Africa,
where he spent
20 years opposing
discriminatory
legislation against Indians.
In 1914, Gandhi returned to India, where he supported the Home Rule movement, and became leader of the Indian National Congress, advocating a policy of non-violent non-co-operation to achieve independence.
Max, Brandon, and Foerester present
He began his activism as an Indian immigrant in South Africa in the early 1900s, and in the years following World War I ,He became the leading figure in India's struggle to gain independence from Great Britain.
Following his civil disobedience campaign (1919-22), he was jailed for conspiracy (1922-24)

Gandhi
At the age of 19, Mohandas left home to study law in London at the Inner Temple, one of the city's four law colleges.
Famous Quotes
On his release date from prison (1931) he attended the London Round Table Conference on Indian constitutional reform
In 1946
In 1946 , he negotiated with the Cabinet Mission which recommended the new constitutional structure.
After independence in 1947 he tried to stop the Hindu-Muslim conflict in Bengal which had lead to his assassination on January, 30th 1948
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