|Editor||Subramanyam, C.N. ♦ Srinivas, Kurella|
|Source||SCERT Andhra Pradesh|
|Publisher||Government of Andhra Pradesh|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Social sciences ♦ Political science ♦ History & geography ♦ History of Asia; Far East ♦ South Asia; India|
|Subject Keyword||Nationalism ♦ Secular ♦ Terrorist ♦ Extremism ♦ Satyagraha ♦ Non Co-operation ♦ World War II (1939–45)|
|Table of Contents||Chapter 11B) National Movement - The Last Phase 1919-1947
11.1) Arrival of Mahatma Gandhi
11.2) Rowlatt Act and JalianwalaBagh Massacre
11.3) Khilafatagitation and the Non- Cooperation Movement
11.4) Civil Disobedience Movement: Salt Satyagraha (1930-32)
11.5) Quit India Movement – 1942 ‘Do or Die’
11.6) Towards Independence and Partition
|Description||This 11th B chapter of Social science for class eight deals with the national movement of last phase in India (1919- 1947). The National Movement in India forms an important epoch in history as it helped to weld diverse people and sections of society into one nation. All sections came together to not only fight against the British rule but also to build a new country. In 1915 Gandhiji arrived in India from South Africa and second phase of national movement began.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||13 to 17 years|
|Education Level||V to VIII|
|Learning Resource Type||Book|
|Educational Framework||Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (APBSE)|
|Pedagogic Objective||Learn and know about various non-violent national movement lead by Gandhiji.|
|Size (in Bytes)||389.87 kB|
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