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HISTORY (ONE LINER INCIDENTS OF 20th CENTURY)

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HISTORY (ONE LINER INCIDENTS OF 20th CENTURY)

1905 --> Partition of Bengal by Lord Curzon, swadeshi movement, Rakhi diwas
                 (by Rabindranath Tagore)


1906 --> Muslim league was founded by Aga Khan, Salim Ullah in Dhaka


1907 --> Congress split, Tata steel established


1908 --> Swadeshi stopped, first-time Gandhiji went to jail


1909 --> Morley-Minto reforms


1911 --> Delhi darbar, Bengal partition revoked


1912 --> 23 December, Delhi became capital of British empire in India


1913 --> Gadar party, Rabindranath Tagore won Nobel prize


1914 --> World war I started


1915 --> 9, January 1915 Gandhiji Returned to India, NRI Day is celebrated on this day every year


1916 --> Lucknow pact, Home rule league, Gandhiji established Sabarmati Ashram


1917 --> Champaran satyagraha


1918 --> Ahmedabad Mill Strike, Kheda Satyagragh, Montague Chelmsford reform


1919 --> Rowlett Act (10 march), Jaliawalah Bagh massacre (13 April 1919), Hunter committee, khilafat movement


1920-22 --> Non cooperation movement, Chauri-Chaura incident (5 feb 1922)


1923 --> 1, Jan, swaraj party formed by C.R. Das and Motilal Nehru 


1928 --> Simon commission, Nehru report


1929 --> Lahore congress session 1929 (demand of poorna swaraj raised and

                  accepted by congress


1931 --> 23, March 1931 Bhagat Singh (shaheed-e-Azam), Rajguru, Sukhdev hanged 


1930-34 --> 1. Dandi march (1930) Civil Disobedience Movement

                     2. Gandhi-Irwin Pact 1931

                   

                     a. 1st Round table conference, Nov-1930 to Jan-1931

                     b. 2nd Round table conference, Sep-1931 to Dec-1931

                     c. 3rd Round table conference, Nov-1932 to Dec-1932

                 

                    3. Communal Award 1932

                    4. 1932 second civil disobedience movement


1935 --> Government of India act 1935



1937 --> Elections in India, Burma separated from India


1939 --> II world war begin, Congress government resignation from 9 provinces, Mukti diwas


1940 --> Demand of Pakistan, August offer, Individual Satyagrah


1941 --> Subash Chandra Bose Escaped from India 


1942 --> Cripps mission, Quit India movement,  In August INA was established by Subash Chandra Bose 



1945 --> Wavell plan Shimla conference


1946 --> Feb Royal Indian Navy mutiny, March Cabinet mission came to India

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