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Solutions for Chapter 14: The Indian National Movement (1917-1934)

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Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Fill in the blanks

Fill in the blanks | Q 1

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Gandhi spent about 22 years in _____________ as a practicing lawyer.

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Under __________ leadership, the Indian national movement was transformed into a mass movement

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To protest against the arrest of their leaders, a public meeting was held at ___________ in Amritsar in the year _______.

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After the British brutalities in Amritsar, Gandhiji declared that it would be a sin to co-operate with the __________ government.

Fill in the blanks | Q 5

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At the _________ session of the Congress in 1929, ____________ was declared as its goal.

Match the Columns

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Match the Columns

Match the Columns | Q 1

Match the Following:

A B
1 Gandhiji (a) Symbol of swadeshi
2 Charkha (b) Boycott of British goods
3 Jallianwala Bagh (c) Salt Satyagraha
4 Dandi March (d) 13 April 1919
5 Non-Cooperation Movement (e) Truth and non-violence

 

Choose the correct answer

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Choose the correct answer

Choose the correct answer | Q 1

Choose the correct answer:

Gandhiji studied law in __________.

  • England

  • South Africa

  • France

Choose the correct answer | Q 2

Choose the correct answer:

Gandhiji organized a workers strike against the exploitative Indian mill owners in ___________.

  • Ahmedabad

  • Kheda

  • Champaran

Choose the correct answer | Q 3

Choose the correct answer:

The Non-Cooperation Movement was launched by Gandhiji in  ___________.

  • 1920

  • 1930

  • 1940

Choose the correct answer | Q 4 | Page 40

Choose the correct answer:

A resolution declaring ‘Poorns Swaraj was declared as its goal at the _____________ session of the Congress

  • Lahore

  • Surat

  • Bombay 

Choose the correct answer | Q 5

Choose the correct answer:

The _____________ was started with the Salt Satyagraha in 1930.

  • The Non-Cooperation Movement

  • Civil Disobedience Movement

  • Quit India Movement

True or False

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) True or False

True or False | Q 1

State whether the following is true or false:

Gandhiji did not have faith in the capacity of the common masses.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 2

State whether the following is true or false:

In 1919, General Dyer had issued an order banning all public meetings.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 3

State whether the following is true or false:

The Non-Cooperation Movement had ended in failure after the Chauri Chaura incident

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 4

State whether the following is true or false:

Independence Day was celebrated on 26 January in 1930.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 5

State whether the following is true or false:

Sarojini Naidu was one of the leaders of the Civil disobedience Movement.

  • True

  • False

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 1

What technique of resistance did Gandhiji evolve in South Africa? What was its basic principle?

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 2.1

Why did Gandhiji lead campaigns in Champaran?

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 2.2

Why did Gandhiji lead campaigns in Kheda?

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 3

Which incident marked the end of the Non-Cooperation Movement and when?

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 4

Under whose leadership was the Lahore session of the Congress held in 1929? What resolution was passed in this session?

Answer the questions in one or two words/ sentences | Q 5

What do you understand by the Civil Disobedience Movement?

Answer the questions briefly

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Answer the questions briefly

Answer the questions briefly | Q 1.1

Answer the following question briefly

With reference to Gandhiji, discuss his views on the following issues: Truth and non-violence.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 1.2

Answer the following question briefly

With reference to Gandhiji, discuss his views on the following issues: Hindu-Muslim unity

Answer the questions briefly | Q 1.3

Answer the following question briefly

With reference to Gandhiji, discuss his views on the following issues: Social justice

Answer the questions briefly | Q 2.1

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, answer the following: 
Why was a public meeting held in Jallianwala Bagh on 13 April 1919?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 2.2

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, answer the following: 
Why did the troops open fire on the gathering? What happened as a result of the shooting?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 2.3

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, answer the following: 
How did the entire nation and Gandhiji react to the events in Amritsar?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.1

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Non-Cooperation Movement, answer the following questions:

 Discuss the programme of the Non-Cooperation Movement.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.2

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Non-Cooperation Movement, answer the following questions:

Why did Gandhiji abruptly suspend the Non-Cooperation Movement?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.3

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Non-Cooperation Movement, answer the following questions:

State the significance of the Non-Cooperation Movement.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 4.1

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Civil Disobedience Movement, answer the following:

Give an account of the Salt Satyagraha.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 4.2

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Civil Disobedience Movement, answer the following:

How did the government react to the movement?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 4.3

Answer the following question briefly

In the context of the Civil Disobedience Movement, answer the following:

What impact did the Civil Disobedience Movement (1930-34) have on the nation?

Picture study

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) Picture study

Picture study | Q 1

This is the picture of an Indian leader who was known as the ‘Father of the Nation’,

Identify the person.

Picture study | Q 2

This is the picture of an Indian leader who was known as the ‘Father of the Nation’,

What method did Mahatma Gandhi use in the Indian struggle for freedom?

Picture study | Q 3

This is the picture of an Indian leader who was known as the ‘Father of the Nation’,

What are the principles on which Mahatma Gandhi's method is based?

Picture study | Q 4

This is the picture of an Indian leader who was known as the ‘Father of the Nation’,

Why is Mahatma Gandhi called the leader of the masses?

Picture study | Q 5

This is the picture of an Indian leader who was known as the ‘Father of the Nation’,

Mention the features of his non-violent struggle against the British.

Solutions for Chapter 14: The Indian National Movement (1917-1934)

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Concepts covered in Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School chapter 14 The Indian National Movement (1917-1934) are India’s Struggle for Freedom, Rise of Nationalism, Early Political Associations, Home Rule Movement, Gandhian Era (1917 – 1947), Early Campaigns, Mass Movements, Civil Disobedience Movement, Formation of the Indian National Congress.

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