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The Calcutta Killings
GCSE and A-Levels Unit 2 India Quiz on The Calcutta Killings, created by Tom Lea on 15/05/2013.
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Which day's failure caused the Calcutta Killings?
Direct Action Day
Calcutta Resistance Day
Muslim Action Day
Who originally called for Direct Action Day?
What's failure caused Jinnah to call for Direct Action Day?
The Cabinet Mission
The Salt March
The Quit India Movement
What was Direct Action Day meant to be?
A day where they riot and force Congress to accept their interpretation instead of the congress interpretation.
The forced conversion of Congress, in a act similar to the Moplah Rebellion.
A day of peaceful mass movements or Hartal.
Who or what was the majority cause in the violence that occured?
Criminal Underworld that hijacked the D.A.D.
Gandhi's last orders before he was assassinated.
How many died in the Calcutta Killings?
How many were wounded in the Calcutta Killings?
How many were left homeless after the Calcutta Killings?
10, 000, 000
9, 500, 000
11, 000, 000
It was seen by some as the end of what?
Any chance of a united India.
Jinnah in politics.
The British Raj and Congress working together.
The spread of violence continued up until when?
Until Gandhi's and Jinnah's deaths.
Until Independence/ partition.
For a week.
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