What are the main features of the Indian National Movement from 1942 to 1947 ?

Main features of the Indian National Movement 1942-1947 :

  • Sir Stafford Cripps came to India in March 1942 to talk to the Indian leaders. But talks broke down as Britishers were not willing to give complete independence.
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  • As a result of this, Gandhiji gave forth the slogan ‘Quit India’. He demanded the immediate end of British rule in India.
  • As an aftermath of above action, the Congress was banned and all important leaders were arrested, followed by nation-wide demonstrations.
  • Shri Subhash Chandra Bose reorganised Indian National Army to liberate India.
  • After the Second World War, the political climate of the world had changed. The old imperialist countries had weakened.
  • There was great resentment against British rule at this time. Indians suffered in World War and three million people died in West Bengal’s Worst famine (1943).
  • In February 1946, the British Govern­ment sent Cabinet Mission to India to hold discus­sions with Indian leaders regarding formation of Union of India.
  • India achieved independence in 1947.
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