Timeline of Mohandas Gandhi
Updated: 3/9/2020
Timeline of Mohandas Gandhi
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This storyboard includes 6 key events in the life and work of Mohandas Gandhi.

Storyboard Text

  • 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
  • Yeah!
  • 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.
  • Never!
  • 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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