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Mahatma Gandhi: Pilgrim of Peace

As a young child, Gandhi disrespected and looked down on his mother’s very low moral character.
False

Gandhi got married very late at the age of 37.
False

At age 16, Gandhi was very proud of himself because he remained faithful to his father right up until his father’s death.
False

At age 17, Gandhi went to Egypt to study law.
False

Gandhi proved to be a very articulate lawyer in the court of law during his first job back in India.
False

Gandhi enjoyed the British high society life while attending law school.
True

In South Africa, Gandhi was thrown off a train because he was Indian, even though he bought a first class ticket
True

In South Africa, Indians could vote and own property.
False

Gandhi considered himself a faithful member of the British Empire until 1906.
True

The definition of the word “celibate” means to not have sexual relations with anyone.
True

At the beginning of his marriage, Gandhi harshly mistreated his wife through domination and jealousy.
True

The ratio of British to Indian people in India was one Brit for every 4000 Indian.
True

In 1919, there was a massacre of 379 Indian people, which greatly angered the Indian people towards the British.
True

From 1919 to 1922, Gandhi preached hatred and revenge toward the British oppressors.
False

Gandhi was the unquestioned leader of India for the next 25 years after WWI.
True

The Salt March in 1930 was a dispute and protest march on how much salt and pepper one should put on food.
False

Gandhi started out with over 100,000 people at the beginning of the Salt March in 1930.
False

Gandhi preached that if people have enough weapons, they should use them to throw off their evil oppressors.
False

Gandhi preached “right against might”.
True

In 1930, Gandhi was imprisoned, but ended up speaking to the Viceroy of India.
True

Gandhi’s goal was to achieve India’s independence from England
True

India got it’s independence from England in 1975.
False

In India, the Muslims and Hindus always enjoyed peaceful relationships with each other.
False

In 1947, Pakistan was created from part of the Indian land in order to allow Muslims to have their own country.
True

In 1947, after India gained independence, a terrible civil war broke out between Muslims and Hindus which resulted in over 500,000 people killed.
True

Gandhi had very good relationships with all of his children throughout all of his life.
False

Gandhi was able to retire in peace before he died in his sleep at a mountain resort.
False

Gandhi was assassinated in 1948 at the age of 78 years old.
True

Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Christ gave me the message, Gandhi gave me the method.”
True

The Salt March in 1930 captured the attention of the world.
True

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