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Demand for Independence

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi

Deportation to India (1908 - 1909)

Between January 1908 and June 1909 approximately one thousand Indians were deported to India.

Devaki and HC Jain and Valli Moosa at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Devaki and Valli Moosa at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Dr. Yusuf Mohamed Dadoo: His speeches, articles and correspondence with Mahatma Gandhi, 1939-1983

speeches, articles and correspondence with Mahatma Gandhi

Ebrahim Ismail Ebrahim, Devaki Jain and Frene Ginwala at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition

Gandhi Luthuli King Mandela Exhibition, Mandela Exhibition at the Documentation Centre, UDW, June 1998

EI Aswat Chairman of the Transvaal British Association

Transvaal British Irdian Association


Mahatma Gandhi, byname of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi


Picture of Gandhi

Gandhi (nd from the right) at Volksrust at the time of his arrest in connection with the 1913 strike. On his left is Miss Schlesin (his secretary) and on his right, H Kallenbach, a co-worker.

Black and white print 25.9 x 20.2cm

Gandhi - Satyagraha

Gandhi (Satyagrahi)

Gandhi addressing farewell meeting at Durban, 1914

Black and white print 25.8 x 18.8cm

Gandhi and J Nehru

Jawaharlal Nehru, with Mahatma Gandhi, was one of the principal leaders of India's independence movement during the 1930s and '40s.

Gandhi and Passive Resistance c. 1908

Group photo of Passive Resistance Movement

Gandhi and Professor Gokhale

Gandhi at a reception to Professor Gokhale in Durban

Gandhi as he appeared at the beginning of the struggle in 1906

Black and white print 20.2 x 25.9cm

Gandhi at a prayer meeting at Peshawar

Gandhi at Peshawar meeting.jpg, Gandhi at Peshawar meeting with Abdul Ghaffar Khan

Gandhi at Satiniketan with Rabindranath Tagore

Passive resisters

Gandhi in Loincloth with stick

Gandhi in a loincloth with a stick

Gandhi in Pretoria

At the meeting held in the Empire Theater in Johannesburg, Gandhi introduced the idea of Satyagraha resistance through non-cooperative, non-violent action and sacrifice.


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