Timeline of Mohandas Gandhi
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This storyboard includes 6 key events in the life and work of Mohandas Gandhi.
September 4, 1888
Welcome to Law School.
I am about to begin my career as a Lawyer.
January 11, 1908
April 13, 1919
And that is why you never go against the British rule!
We will never listen to you!
On this day, Gandhi leaves England so that he can study Law in India. Unfortunately, he does not succeed as a Lawyer.
March 2, 1931
If you do not recede the unfair law from my people, I warn you that my fellow protesters and I will proceed to break the salt law.
Gandhi is arrested and sentenced to two months in prison for for failing to register to leave Transvaal.
March 12 - April 6, 1931
We should not have to suffer under the unfair laws that the British have put upon us!
The Amritsar Massacre; Under General Dyer, the british troops slaughter Indian protesters.
January 30, 1948
May he rest in peace.
Gandhi is warning the Viceroy about the fact that he has all intentions to break the salt law if things do not change.
Gandhi leads his salt march to the sea in peacful protest of the salt laws that were inforced on his people.
Gandhi is assassinated by Nathuram Vinayuk Godse, who was a hindu nationalist.
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