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16 April, 09:06

Identify two reasons some Indians wanted independence from Great Britain in the early 1900s.

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  1. 16 April, 10:52
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    1. Freedom from Unpayable Taxes. 2. Freedom from British Domination In their Land

    Explanation:

    In the early 1900s, Indians wanted Independence from the British because they craved for Freedom of Speech. Freedom from Unpayable Taxes. Freedom from British Domination In their Land.

    Nationalism was intensified after 1918 for two main reasons:

    1. There was a great degree of satisfaction with the reforms by the educated Indian nationals.

    2. Many Brits were still dominant in India.

    Woodrow Wilson had made Indians aware of his belief in national self-determination. He believed that Indians had a right to govern themselves and this undermined the basic idea of the colonialist Brits.
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