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Oral History of India's Independence Movement

 Today is Republic Day in India. It celebrates the day in 1950 when the Constitution of India went into effect, completing the separation of India from Great Britain's control. Hear first hand accounts of the journey toward independent statehood in
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 Today is Republic Day in India. It celebrates the day in 1950 when the Constitution of India went into effect, completing the separation of India from Great Britain's control. Hear first-hand accounts of the journey toward independent statehood in this collection of video interviews with veteran Indian nonviolence fighters reminiscing about the independence movement under Mahatma Gandhi.

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