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Mahatma Gandhi in WWII
Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, a coastal town in present-day Gujarat India. Gandhi traveled to England tostudy law at University College London. In April 1893, he accepted long contract from the British forces in South Africa. In South Africa Gandhi faced discrimination directed at Indians. There hemade some campaigns to assist Indians to opposing a bill to deny them the right to vote. When he came to India, he organized protests that consisted by peasants, farmers, and urban laborers to theexcessive land-tax and discrimination. In 1942, he launched the Quit India civil disobedience movement demanding immediate independence for India and succeeded.

In World War II Mahatma Gandhi sendedtwo letters to Adolf Hitler, Both letters to Hitler are addressed to "my friend". The first one was sent in 1939 that said "It is quite clear that you are today the one person in the world who canprevent a war which may reduce humanity to the savage state." This means that he is telling Hitler that he has the power to end this terrible war and to reduce the killing og the peoples. At the end ofthe letter he writes "Your sincere friend, Sd. M. MK Gandhi". With this you can infer that Mahatma Gandhi had no enemy that he was against the nonviolent politics. Also the British forces wanted toobtain Indian people to go to war, but Mahatma Gandhi refused to that idea.

In the second letter Mahatma Gandhi send another letter In 1940 on the eve of Christmas, which was one holy day forChristmas. The situation at Europe was Germany and Italy controlled most of Europe and seemed set to decide the war in their favor, the German-Soviet pact was still in touch. The world believed that there...