Summary - Period of Radicalism in Anti-imperialist Struggles
The 1920s and 30’s witnessed a surge of radicalism, a totally different strand of nationalism.
Communist Party of India was founded and the communist activities ended in Kanpur Conspiracy and Meerut Conspiracy Cases
Young women also participated in the revolutionary movements and Kalpna Dutta was one among them
Great revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukdev and Surya Sen attained martyrdom for the cause of Indian independence.
1930s was a period of Great Depression which had impacted globally. India as a colony of Great Britain was worst hit. India’s industrial development from the second half of the nineteenth century to the end of the inter-war years was without any prompting from the British and was mainly due to the conditions created first by the First World War and later by the Great Depression.