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How did the Massacre at Amritsar contribute to national independence for India?

Answer:

The Massacre at Amritsar stirred nationalist feelings across India and had a profound effect on one of the movement's leaders, Gandhi. During World War I, Gandhi had actively supported the British in the hope of winning partial autonomy for India.


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