India the Road to Independence Key Dates

View mindmap
  • India Events
    • WW1 Impact on India
      • 1914 WW1
        • Support From Indians
        • 827,000 Indians at war
      • 1916 Homerule League
        • Public pressure for home rule
      • 1916 Lucknow Pact
        • Pressure British Government to be more liberal
      • 1917 Montagu Declaration
        • Gradual self government
      • 1918 End of WW1
      • 1919
        • Montagu Chelmsford Reforms
          • Proposals for self government
        • Rowlatt Acts
          • Reinstated war time controls e.g imprisonment without trial
        • Amritsar Masacre
          • General Dyer
          • Shootings of religious worshippers
      • 1920 Khilafat Movement
        • Gandhi's plan for non- co operation
    • Context Years
      • 1857 Indian Mutiny
        • Rebellion against British
      • 1905 Partition of Bengal
        • Province grown too big
      • 1906 Simla delegation
        • Separate electorates for Muslims and Hindus
      • 1906 Muslim League founded
        • Secure the interests of Muslims
      • 1909 Indian Council Act Reforms
        • Separate electorates for Muslims and Hindus
    • 1920 - 30 Changing Political Relations
      • 1920 Hunter Report
        • Committee to find truth of Amritsar
      • 1920 Gandhi Congress Leader
        • Against the Raj
      • 1920 Chaura Chauri Incident
        • Gandhi Non-co operation
        • 22 Policemen torched
      • 1927 Simon Commission
        • Check up on Montagu Chelmsford report
        • Led to Nehru Report
    • 1930 - 42 Consultation and Confrontation
      • 1930 Salt Satyagraha
        • Protest against Brit salt tax
        • Boycott British goods
      • 1930 1st Round Table Conference
        • To settle India's future
      • 1931 Gandhi-Irwin Pact
        • Compromise of the current stalement
      • 1931-32 2nd and 3rd Round Table Conference
        • Resolve issues from the first
      • 1935 Government of India Act
        • Called for by Indians demand self government
      • 1937 Provincial Autonomy
        • Untitled
    • 1942-198 Road to Independence
      • 1942 Quit India
        • Against British rule
      • 1942 Cripps Mission
        • Further acknowledgement of partition
      • 1941 Atlantic Charter
        • USA not happy with treatment of India
      • 1939-45 WW2
        • 2 million joined army
      • 1943-44 Bengal Famine
        • Low harvest and imports
      • 1945 Simla Conference
        • Muslim league wanted to represent all Muslims
      • 1946 Shimla Conference
        • Minimal government
        • Hindus and Pakistan partition
        • Led to Calcutta killings

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all India c 1914–48: the road to independence resources »