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Right and Constitutional Nationalism, 1930-1939

Sukhbir Chaudhary (Author)
Synopsis The Indian Political Nationalism after the First World War depicted a mood for battle and constitutional gains. During this period battle started for Swaraj, and numerous other events, which drastically affected the very foundation of British Rule and made Indian case stronger for Independence. Repression of people was great. J.P. tried to form Kisan Organization in 1930, Sir Chhotu Ram introduced radical changes, stand against British and world imperialism was also hardened. The Indian Nationalism also greatly supported the cause of humanism. This was the period of Second World War and Indian Politicians tried to grab all possible constitutional rights for India and Indian people. Immediately after this period the demand for Indian independence gains much faster momentum. This volume brings forth all important political events during the period which earned constitutional gains for Indians. A very useful informative compendium for the students of modern history. The teachers of modern Indian history will also find eye opener narration of several events. Layman will also find it very interesting.
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Bibliographic information

Title Right and Constitutional Nationalism, 1930-1939
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174882479
length xxxiv+470p., 23cm.
Subjects History