Jallianwala Bagh commemoration volume and Amritsar and our duty to India
Publication Bureau, Punjabi University, 1994 - History - 327 pages
The Volume Covers Different Aspects Of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre And Provides Fresh Insights Into Understanting The Very Nature Of India`S Struggle For Freedom. It Shows That The Massacre, Shot Indian`S Faith In The Bonafides Of The British Government.
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FOREWORD Prof J S Puar I
The Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy The Rowlatt Satyagraha
British Reaction Of The Amritsar Massacre 19191920
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10th April agitation Akali Amritsar massacre arrest authority Baisakhi Bombay bombs British Government civil colonial communitarian communities conspiracy Council crowd cultural Defence of India Delhi Deputy Commissioner Disorders Inquiry Committee dispersed Dr Kitchlew Dr Satyapal Dyer Dyer's action European evidence firing flogging Government of India Gujranwala hartal held Hindu Hunter Committee Ibid Imperial Indian National Congress issue Jallianwala Bagh massacre Jallianwala Bagh tragedy Kasur killed Kitchlew and Satyapal Lahore Lala large number leaders legislation London Lord Mahatma Gandhi March Martial Law meeting middle classes military Miss Sherwood Montagu moral movement Muslim nationalist official op.cit Pandit peaceful persons police political popular proclamation protest province punishment Punjab Disturbances Punjab Government railway Ravinder Kumar recruitment reforms Report responsible Rowlatt Act Rowlatt Bills Rowlatt Satyagraha Sabha Satyagraha Secretary sentences Sikhs Sir Michael O'Dwyer social speech terror took Udham Singh V.N. Datta villages violence wounded