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Who was Gandhi?

by Rau, Dana Meachen, 1971-

Format: OverDrive MP3 Audiobook 2018 2018
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 in British-occupied India. Though he studied law in London and spent his early adulthood in South Africa, he remained devoted to his homeland and spent the later part of his life working to make India an independent nation. Calling for non-violent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights around the world. Gandhi is recognized internationally as a symbol of hope, peace, and freedom.
Who was Gandhi?
Child groom
London lawyer
An unwelcome visitor
Truth force
Mahatma in India
Nonviolent noncooperation
Quitting India
A light has gone out

Additional Information
Series Who was-- ?
Subjects Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 Juvenile literature
Statesmen India Biography Juvenile literature
Nationalists India Biography Juvenile literature
Biography & Autobiography
Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher [Place of publication not identified] :Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group2018
Edition Unabridged.
Contributors Hoare, Jerry, illustrator.
OverDrive, Inc.
Participants/Performers Vikas Adam.
Audience Ages 8-12.
Language English
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Format: OverDrive Listen
Format: OverDrive MP3 Audiobook
Requires OverDrive app 3.0 (Windows) / 1.0 (Mac) / 1.0 (Windows Mobile)
Description 1 audio file : digital.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 104-105).
ISBN 9780525636793
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