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The britishinindia

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The britishinindia

  1. 1. Ms. Susan M. PojerMs. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
  2. 2. The World in 1600The World in 1600
  3. 3. British East IndiaBritish East India Company AgentsCompany Agents 1-E
  4. 4. Coins of theCoins of the British East India Co.British East India Co. 1719 coin 1804 coin1719 coin 1804 coin
  5. 5. Coffee House in BritishCoffee House in British IndiaIndia
  6. 6. Sepoy soldiersSepoy soldiers 1-F
  7. 7. SirRobert CliveSirRobert Clive 1-G
  8. 8. Battle of Plassey:Battle of Plassey: 17571757 1-H
  9. 9. Why wasWhy was BritainBritain so successfulso successful in Indiain India by the endby the end of the 18c??of the 18c?? 1-I
  10. 10. SirWarren HastingsSirWarren Hastings r. 1773 - 1784r. 1773 - 1784
  11. 11. India in mid-18cIndia in mid-18c
  12. 12. Lord CornwallisLord Cornwallis r. 1786 - 1793r. 1786 - 1793 1-J
  13. 13. Lord BentinckLord Bentinck r. 1828 - 1835r. 1828 - 1835 1-K
  14. 14. British Soldiers inBritish Soldiers in India,India, 1830s1830s
  15. 15. OutlawingOutlawing SutteeSuttee ((satisati))
  16. 16. Fighting theFighting the ThuggeesThuggees
  17. 17. British OpiumWarehouseBritish OpiumWarehouse inin Patna, IndiaPatna, India Selling PatnaSelling Patna Opium in ChinaOpium in China
  18. 18. Lord DalhousieLord Dalhousie r. 1848 - 1856r. 1848 - 1856 1-L
  19. 19. India: 18c-early 19cIndia: 18c-early 19c
  20. 20. SirRaghubirSingh,SirRaghubirSingh, Maharaja of BundiMaharaja of Bundi
  21. 21. The Maharaja of PannahThe Maharaja of Pannah
  22. 22. The Palace of the Nawabof Moorshedabad, Bengal - 1858
  23. 23. The Sepoy Mutiny:The Sepoy Mutiny: 18571857 2-A
  24. 24. Areas of the Sepoy Mutiny,Areas of the Sepoy Mutiny, 18571857
  25. 25. The Seige of LucknowThe Seige of Lucknow
  26. 26. Execution of Sepoys:Execution of Sepoys: “The Devil’s Wind”“The Devil’s Wind” 2-B
  27. 27. 1876:1876: Queen VictoriaQueen Victoria BecomesBecomes “Empress of India”“Empress of India” 2-D
  28. 28. Queen Victoria in IndiaQueen Victoria in India PAX BRITANNICAPAX BRITANNICA
  29. 29. Queen Victoria:Queen Victoria: Receiving the Crown ofReceiving the Crown of IndiaIndia
  30. 30. Sikhs – Bengal CavalrySikhs – Bengal Cavalry of the British Armyof the British Army 2-E
  31. 31. 1515thth Ludhiana Sikhs,Ludhiana Sikhs, 18891889
  32. 32. Assorted British Soldiers,Assorted British Soldiers, 1890s1890s
  33. 33. Bengal Medical Service,Bengal Medical Service, 18601860
  34. 34. A LifeA Life ofof Leisure!Leisure!
  35. 35. Br. Viceroy’s Daughter:Br. Viceroy’s Daughter: Simla, 1863Simla, 1863
  36. 36. Lady Curzon, 1904Lady Curzon, 1904
  37. 37. Living Like a MaharajahLiving Like a Maharajah
  38. 38. Darjeeling Railroad, 1880sDarjeeling Railroad, 1880s
  39. 39. Simla: Little England in theSimla: Little England in the mountains of Indiamountains of India
  40. 40. Karachi, 1896Karachi, 1896
  41. 41. Procession of theProcession of the RajahsRajahs,, New Delhi, 1902New Delhi, 1902
  42. 42. Victoria Station, BombayVictoria Station, Bombay
  43. 43. Chartered BankofChartered Bankof Calcutta,Calcutta, 19151915
  44. 44. Theosophical Library –Theosophical Library – Madras, 1913Madras, 1913
  45. 45. What were the BENEFITS of British rule in India?? 2-F
  46. 46. 2-G What were the major LIMITATIONS of British rule in India??
  47. 47. the Indian Nationalthe Indian National CongressCongress 18851885  The Indian National CongressThe Indian National Congress was founded in Bombay.was founded in Bombay.  swarajswaraj  “independence.”“independence.” ** the goal of the movement.the goal of the movement.
  48. 48. Bal GangadharTilakBal GangadharTilak 1856 - 19201856 - 1920
  49. 49. Jawaharlal nehruJawaharlal nehru 1889 - 19641889 - 1964
  50. 50. the MuslimLeaguethe MuslimLeague  19051905  partition of Bengal based onpartition of Bengal based on religions and languages.religions and languages.  19061906  creation of the Muslimcreation of the Muslim League.League.
  51. 51. Mohammed Ali JinnahMohammed Ali Jinnah 1876 - 19481876 - 1948
  52. 52. Young Mohandas K.Young Mohandas K. Gandhi,Gandhi, 18761876 1869 - 19481869 - 1948
  53. 53. Gandhi with the londonGandhi with the london vegetarian society, 1890vegetarian society, 1890
  54. 54. Gandhi as a YoungGandhi as a Young Barristerin NatalBarristerin Natal
  55. 55. Gandhi as a LawyerinGandhi as a Lawyerin Johannesburg, So. AfricaJohannesburg, So. Africa
  56. 56. Gandhi and His Wife,Gandhi and His Wife, Kasturba, 1915Kasturba, 1915
  57. 57. AmritsarMassacre,AmritsarMassacre, 19191919 379 dead; over 1200 wounded!379 dead; over 1200 wounded!
  58. 58. Salt March, 1930Salt March, 1930 MakingMaking SaltSalt
  59. 59. Gandhi spinning clothGandhi spinning cloth Indian weaving was ruined byIndian weaving was ruined by the competition of Britishthe competition of British machine-made textiles!machine-made textiles!
  60. 60. Gandhi and HisGandhi and His Grandaughters, 1947Grandaughters, 1947
  61. 61. Last Viceroy of IndiaLast Viceroy of India Lord Louis & Lady Edwina MontbattenLord Louis & Lady Edwina Montbatten
  62. 62. Partition!Partition!

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