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Gandhi, South African Experience

Cover of the book by Maureen Swan

Gandhi: the South African Experience

Without the challenges, the trials, and the opportunities that his South African experience brought him, it is unlikely that his personality and politics could have ...

Gandhiji leading a batch of 78 volunteers to the sea - coast to break the salt law, 1930

Passive Resistance

Gandi Centenary

Black and white print 28.8 x 20.2cm

Gokaldas Gandhi

Mr. Gokaldas P. Gandhi, who led a party of Passive Resisters from Tongaat district, c. 1910.

Gokhale meeting on 3 Pound Tax Lords ground Durban

Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).

Graca Machel and Devaki Jain at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).

Meeting on the 3 pound Tax

Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)

Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)

Harilal M Gandhi

Harilal Mohandas Gandhi was the eldest son of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi. He had three younger brothers: Manilal Gandhi, Ramdas Gandhi and Devdas Gandhi.

Henry Polak

Passive Resister

Henry Polak editor of the Indian Opinion

Henry Polak. Polak is an editor Gandhi befriends at a vegetarian restaurant

Herby Govinden, Phyllis Naidoo, Betty Govinden and Dr Tootla at the Gandhi, Luthuli, King, Mandela Exhibition
Hindu Women Association, 1913. Kasturba 4th from the left front row; Gandhi 5t from the left front row.

Black and white print 25.8 x 20.2cm

Honorable G K Gokhale, member of the Legisslative Council of India, in Durban, 1912. Visited South Africaat request of Gandhi. Gandhi 4th from left and Gokhale 5th from left, front row.

Black and white print 25.8 x 19.3cm

Hosken - Chairman of Johannesburg European Committee

He was a Natal merchant originally (1874–89), then moved to Johannesburg, primarily selling ammunition, dynamite, and arms. He was arrested for his involvement in the Jameson Raid, though fled to Natal during the war.

India stretcher bearer corps, Anglo Boer War 1898-1902. Gandhi is in the middle row, 5th from the left

Black and white print 25.0 x 19.2cm

India's Independence & Local Items.

Mr Gandhi and Mr Kallenbach dinner RSVP card

Indian demonstration - 1897

Indians gather together to demonstrate in Durban

Indian hawkers barred from trading in white areas

The Aslatic Question - 13/8/1908


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