Gandhi Flashcards

  • AP World History Chapter 23 (Strayer)

    Decolonization 1914-Present : Process in which many African and Asian states won their independence from Western colonial rule, in most cases by negotiated settlement with gradual political reforms and a program of investment rather than through military confrontation Indian National Congress 1914-Present : Organization established in 1885 by Western-educated elite… View Article

  • AP World History Unit 6 IDs

    Decolonization Process by which previous colonies gained independence from their respective empires. Asia and Africa Slowly in first half of 20th century, faster in second half of 20th century. At the beginning of the century, colonization was an aspect that was seen as permanent. Due to the World Wars and… View Article

  • AP World History Vocabulary for Chapter 30, 31

    Indian National Congress A movement and political party founded in 1885 to demand greater Indian participation in government. Its membership was middle class, and its demands were modest until World War I. Led after 1920 by Mohandas K. Gandhi, appealing to the poor and organized mass protests demanding self-government and… View Article

  • APEH Final Exam, Chapter 22-31 & Hub Dates

    Congress of Vienna Meeting of Quadruple Alliance--Russia, Prussia, Austria, and Great Britain--to create a plan following defeat of Napoleon's France; balance of power approach to European politics. Dual Revolution Historian Eric Hobswawn's term describing the fusion and reinforcement of European economic and political changes after 1915. Carlsbad Decrees Issued by… View Article

  • apush unit test

    Eaton Affair _________, Secretary of War, married the daughter of a Washington boardinghouse keeper, Peggy O'Neal. She had rumors spread about her and the male boarders. She was snubbed by ladies in Jackson's family and Vice President Calhoun's wife. The President wanted to help her because his wife had been… View Article

  • Conducting an Online Search

    The use of the words and, not, and or in a search engine is known as [NOT] algorithm search terms. Dr. Quintero, a science teacher, asks her class to write a report about how pollution affects the environment. She tells them to use an Internet search engine in their research.… View Article

  • Final

    2. How did other European nations respond to German imperialism and militarism before World War I? They built up their supply of arms and made agreements to support each other in the event of war 4. A direct effect of the Six-Days War in the Middle East was Israel settling… View Article

  • Gandhi and Indian Independence

    Hindu Caste System system put into place by the Aryan invaders of India to supress the native people; strict social hierarchy with priest and warriors at the top and untouchables on bottom Untouchables the lowest group of people in the caste system; they were deemed the most impure because of… View Article

  • History Finals

    Indian National Congress A movement and political party founded in 1885 to demand greater Indian participation in government. Its membership was middle class, and its demands were modest until World War I. Led after 1920 by Mohandas K. Gandhi, most were Hindu Muslim League an organization formed in 1906 to… View Article

  • History B Unit 2 Lesson 2

    Civil disobedience is the idea that... Citizens have the obligation to disobey their government when they have moral objections to their government's policies. Mahatma Gandhi inspired Martin Luther King, Jr. through his use of... nonviolent protest in his struggle against the British. An example of nonviolent protest used in the… View Article

  • History

    Who was Earl Warren and what did he believe in that made him different from previous Supreme Court Chief Justices? Earl Warren is a former California governor and chief of U.S. Supreme Court. He believed that the Constitution must be interpreted flexibly. Why were some of Earl Warren rulings scrutinized… View Article

  • Indian Independence

    During World War II, the Indian National Congress told citizens to refuse to vote in elections. After the partitioning of India, 10 million people became Refugees Gandhi's nickname, Mahatma, means great soul. Indira Gandhi became India's first female prime minister because the people of India voted her in. Which of… View Article

  • India

    Mohenjo Daro is important to India, why? It is home to Indian ancient ruins Mohandas Gandhi was the leader of what group? Indian National Congress India adopted it's own constitution in... 1949 Emperor Asoka converted to Buddhism and refused to... Wage War When they arrived in India, the Aryans found… View Article

  • Jainism & Sikhism Quiz

    One of the highest goals in Jainism is to do no harm, even to the most microscopic beings, yet the tradition acknowledges that embodiment means something(s) will inevitable be injured for others to survive. TRUE The three jewels of Jainism are Right faith, right knowledge, right conduct The Jain laity… View Article

  • Informative Speech

    Introduction:1 Imagine with me if you will, a country that lies North of the Indian Ocean, and South of the snowy mountains. India is an ancient land of eternal meditation, which formed by sacred threads of common heritage. The plains are watered with a thousand streams meandering in music, spreading… View Article