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What was the name of the British Viceroy responsible for involving Indians in the Second World War?

What was the name of the British Viceroy responsible for involving Indians in the Second World War?

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A. Canning
B. Dalhousie
C. Linlithgow
D. Litton

This question is part of 10th Std - History - Lesson 12 - Freedom Movement in India - Phase II - Gandian Era - 1920 - 1947
Asked by PadasalaiSS, Last updated: May 24, 2020

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N. Kingsley

N. Kingsley, Writer, Columbus

Answered Jul 17, 2018

Lord Linlithgow was a governor of India from 1936 to 1944. He also used to be the viceroy during the same period of time. However, his time as a viceroy was similar to other governors. In his time, many event including the congress ministries resignation occurred. The resignation declared that India wasn’t part of the world war. This resulted in the formation of the Indian army.

In the year 1942, another movement was launched. This was called the quit India movement. Many of these events are integrated in Indian history and are quoted with accurate dates. The congress ministries were trying to prove their point in separating India from the world war.

 

H. Jones

H. Jones, Web Content Writer, San Antonio,

Answered Jul 11, 2018

Lord Linlithgow used to be the governor general and the viceroy of India from 1936 – 1944. The time that he became a viceroy was longer than all of the others. There were a lot of events that occurred during his time aside from the involvement of the Indians in the World War are the following: The Congress ministries gave their resignation because they do not understand the need for the Indians to become part of the World War.

The Indian National Army was also formed. In the year 1942, the program Quit India Movement was also launched. There were a lot of things that occurred at that point. It cannot be denied that all of the things that happened are now part of history.

 

shivhar

Shivhar

Answered Feb 19, 2017

Linlithgow
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 19, 2017

Linlithgow
 

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