India Under British Rule and Developing Opposition
In this title we will begin by looking at how Britain controlled India. We will explain how after 1858 the British government took formal control over India, and how a relatively small number of British civil servants and soldiers controlled a vast country of over 300 million people. In Chapter Two, we will look at why India was so important to the British for both political and economic reasons. Although the British did make some improvements in India, this was done mainly for their own benefit. In Chapter Three we will look at the development and growth of the Indian Congress Movement and the All Muslim League, as well as the impact of the 1905 division of Bengal. The final chapter will look at the British attempts to make reforms in 1909 and the Indian reaction to this.
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Curriculum and Exam Board Information
- The caste system
- The development and use of railways
- The Raj and the government of India
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