By Tim Leadbeater
Britain and India, 1845-1947 has been aimed in particular at scholars following the Edexcel necessities for this era at AS and A2. It charts the political, advertisement, and cultural dating among India and Britain in this time, detailing how this shifted end result of the international wars. There also are chapters overlaying the increase of nationalism in India and the trail to independence.
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When you deal with these types of questions you are weighing up the evidence. Bear in mind that the evidence of the sources you are given will point in different directions. So, in this case, you will know immediately that there is some evidence suggesting acceptance of British rule and some evidence challenging that. First, sort points from the sources into two columns according to whether they suggest acceptance or questioning of British rule. Source 1 shows the queen to be sensitive to the feelings of the people, but her concerns could suggest that there is some evidence of resentment.
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When they resumed, Tilak asked to speak, was ignored and promptly started to interrupt the president’s opening speech. There was even greater uproar, during which Gokhale attempted to physically protect his great rival. At some point, a shoe was thrown, a Maratha shoe of red leather with a sole made of lead, which struck one of the leaders. A full-scale brawl of hundreds broke out, the police arrived and proceedings were aborted. It seemed to the radicals that the Congress had broken up. But the moderates met in private the next day, called a meeting which they termed a national convention and elected a convention committee which in due course framed a new Congress constitution requiring acceptance of the moderate objective of self-government within Empire.
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