Relations with Indigenous peoples and nationalist movements

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What was causing tensions in Ireland even before 1914?
on the brink of civil war. religious divide in Ireland caused major conflicts between Catholic majority and Protestant minority in the North.
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What were the two sides in conflict in Ireland within Ireland?
Ulster Volunteers vs National Volunteers
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Who won the 1918 general election in Ireland and what did he do in Ireland?
Sinn Fein. Established Irish Assembly in 1919 and also declared and Irish Republic.
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What were the names of two hard-line Irish Nationalists?
Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera
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What nationalist group did the leader of Ireland use against the British?
IRA
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What side did Ireland join in WW2?
neither side. Ireland remained neutral.
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What two places in India sparked anti-British protests and what was the name of Indian expats that felt the same that had migrated over seas and what countries did they migrate?
Bengal and Punjab, Ghader Party, Canada and the US.
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What was created by the British in 1919 that sparked controversy in India?
1919 Government of India Act, caused tensions amongst nationalists who wanted 'Swaraj' (complete independence)
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How did the Rowlatt Act provoke controversy in India in 1919?
The Act allowed British soldiers to arrest Indians essentially no reason to stop them rising up in revolt. Was very unpopular amongst Indian people.
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What happened during the Amritsar Massacre?
Brigadier General Reginald Dyer ordered troops to open fire on a group of defenseless civilians who were peacefully protesting against British occupation.
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What did Congress have to say about the Amritsar Massacre?
'Britain had no moral authority to rule India'.
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How many Indians died in the civil violence between the Hindus and the Muslims in 1947?
400,000; however, some historians would argue that actual number is closer to 2 million
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What event caused a Egyptian-Sudanese revolt against British occupation in 1919?
British exile of the nationalist Saad Zaghul
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What areas did the attacks by the Egyptians and the Sudanese focus on as a result of the joint revolt?
GB military bases and civilian facilities
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How many seats did Sinn Fein win in the Irish election?
83 out of 105 seats
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What happened in Ireland as a result of the Government of Ireland Act
6 counties in the North were given Home Rule. The rest of Ireland eventually granted Independence in 1922.
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What was the Anglo-Irish Treaty? and when was it?
gave the other 26 counties in Ireland dominion status in December 1921.
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What was the name of the nationalist leader in Kenya and when did be become first president of Kenya?
Jomo Kenyatta 1963-1964
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What did Kenyatta want for Kenya that made some people see him as a dictator?
wanted a one party state. suppressed any opposition parties in Kenya.
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Who was the first president of Ghana? and what organisation did he create?
Kwame Nkrumah, Organisation of African Unity.
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