India's WW2 Flag

The Reason Behind India’s WW2 Flag

All-India Congress under the leadership of Gandhi wanted a symbol to represent their national interests. In 1921, Pingali Venkayya designed an India flag which he presented it to Gandhi. The design consists of colours associated...
Great Bengal Famine

The UK and the Great Bengal Famine of 1943

The great Bengal famine was the worst famine India has ever had. That's why when the British came to India, they had a cruel economic agenda which did not sympathize with the native citizens. The...
Indian Army During WW2

Indian Army During WW2

The British Indian Army was the largest volunteer army in history with over 2.5 million men. They fought in World War II in 1939. They fought in different divisions such as Infantry Armor Fledgling airborne...
Subhas Chandra Bose

Who Was Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose alias Netaji was born on January 23, 1897, in Orissa (now Odisha). He was an Indian revolutionary prominent that led to the independence movement in India against the British. But that's not all. He...

The Contribution of India to World War II

Before the Second World War, India had not invested much of its national resources towards its defense. Thus, its army was not strong. Most of the nationalists in the country believed that the budget...

Comfort Women Stories: Imperial Japanese Involvement

Stories of the comfort women from World War II reveal acts committed by the Japanese Imperial Army.   Text: A lesser known tragedy of World War II is the plight of the Japanese comfort women. “Comfort...

The Potsadam Declaration; A Demand For Surrender

After the stealth attack on Pearl Harbor on July 7, 1941 marking the official participation of the United States in WWII, The US and Japan continued their battles for another four years until the...

Propaganda And Its Influence On Indian Society

Propaganda can be defined as information without any formal objective or with skewed intentions. This form of information is meant to influence and affect a target audience in certain ways to further the goals...

The reason behind India’s WW2 flag

For decades India was under British rule. Under the leadership of Mohandas Gandhi, the Congress of India decided that to truly inspire the Indian people to seek independence, they had to create a distinctive...
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“The UK and the great Bengal Famine of 1943”

Up until 1947, India was under the colonial rule of the British and there were a lot of tragedies that happened during the entire time that the Indian sub-continent was under the British rule....

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