Why Did The British Liberate India?

By on August 5, 2017
Why Did The British Liberate India?
The years of 1939 to 1945 are known by the name of World War II and there is no doubt that due to World War II a lot had changed. As we know all credit for the start of World War II goes to Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler wanted Aryan to rule over the whole world and because of this desire started the Second World War. However, the crimes committed by Adolf Hitler in the guise of war were against humanity. He killed more than 60, 00,000 Jews. But there is also a truth that if World War II had not happened then India does not get independence in 1947. Subhas Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler had damaged the most of the Britishers. After 2 years of World War II, the Britishers had left India. The British did not leave India willingly, their economy was badly broken after World War II, and so they had to leave India. After 1945, Britain was completely under the American debt. Britain, who was known in the world as a great power. He had lost his entire credibility. Azad Hind Fauj of Subhas Chandra Bose caused great harm to the British, but Adolf Hitler had broken the waist of Britain and France. The Britishers condition became so bad that they had no money to keep the army. Nor did they have enough money to run their regime in other countries. The result of which was that the Britain freed Jordan, Sri-Lanka, Malaysia, Myanmar and Palestine along with India. And France also had to free Cambodia and Vietnam due to the economic turbulence in their country. It is a bitter truth that Mahatma Gandhi was the best friend of the Britishers in India. The British completely ruined India until 1910. They were here for the rest of the year so that they got soldiers to fight in the war. Because of Gandhi Ji, the British could recruit Indians in their army. Because Gandhi Ji had told Indian youths to join the British army. Tum Mujhe Khoon Do Aur main Tumhe Azadi Dunga, this slogan was of Subhas Chandra Bose. In 1938, Gandhi chose Subhas Chandra Bose for the post of Congress President, but he did not like the policy of Netaji’s work. At the same time, the beginning of World War II began in Europe. Subhas Chandra Bose wanted to take advantage of the difficulties of the British during that time and therefore he sharpened India’s freedom struggle. However, Gandhi Ji did not agree with his idea as usual. Subhas Chandra Bose had a thorough study of the political movement in Europe. And later formed the Azad Hind Fauj for the purpose of independence of India. Subhas Chandra Bose met the Italian politician Benito Mussolini and the German tyrant Adolf Hitler and asked for help to free India from the British. During the Second World War, Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo had mentioned India many times in his speech. He used to say every time that India should take advantage of this war to expel the British rule from its own country. But you would have heard that history has been written by those people who have survived. In 1947, the Britishers gave their power to the Indian Congress Party. And later, Congress historians spread the impression that India has got independence due to Gandhi’s Non-Violence Movement. Independence could be achieved by Gandhi’s movement but after 30-40 years. However, the truth is that after 1930, Gandhi’s popularity was becoming weak. Since Gandhi’s non-cooperation movement was suddenly stopped in 1920, after that, people did not take any particular interest in Gandhi’s movements. In the end, Congress and Gandhi Ji started the Quit India Movement and their slogan was “do or die”. Whereas this proposal was introduced by Subhas Chandra Bose in 1938. Because Netaji knew that Europe is passing through political imbalance and this is the right opportunity to expel the British. However, the Britishers put the top Congress leaders in jail and within a few months, the movement was weakened. But Subhas Chandra Bose did not give up and continued the fight with the help of Japan. And of course indirectly forced the Britishers to leave India. At the same time, the revolt started in the British Indian Army. In fact, the British used Indian soldiers to suppress freedom movements in India and fight in the war. Without the loyal Indian soldiers, it was difficult for the Britishers to rule in India. Because the Britishers did not have so many English soldiers, so for them, it was difficult to suppress the national movement. So then they felt now that there could be a massacre of Britishers in India. That is why Britishers hastily transferred power to Congress. It would not be wrong to say that the consequences of World War II forced the Britishers to leave India.