Item 0845 - Peace : The words and inspiration of Mahatma Gandhi

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Peace : The words and inspiration of Mahatma Gandhi


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(2 October 1869–30 January 1948)

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Lawyer and anti-apartheid activist who came to South Africa in 1893. He developed a strategy of non-violence resistance. In 1914 he left South Africa for India. Led India to independence in 1947 and inspired civil rights movements around the world. He was given the name Mahatma which means "great soul" in sanskrit by the people of India.

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Acquisition method: Resource Centre ; Accessioned by: Boniswa

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NMCM ; Reading Room ; RC-G

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Mohandas K. Gandhi

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