Passive Resistance in Natal

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Mahatma Gandhi at Heidelberg Station

Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement - c. 1893 - 1914

JJ Doke

J. J. Doke, can be described as a generous and natural giver, who in the trials of others, showed sympathy, that prompted him to serve. J. J. Doke, was sympathetic to the desire of the Indians for improved civil rights.

Passive Resistance in Natal 1946-8

Lack of development in the de facto Indian residential areas encouraged,
in the early 1940's, a growing nwnber of prosperous Indians to buy homes,
for both residential and investment purposes, in the predominantly European

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