Non-Violence, Our Sheet Anchor – 1945.
Wavell, the soldier, is shown lecturing Gandhi and Rajendra Prasad on the virtues of peace and non-violence. On April 18, 1945, Gandhi protested against the attempt of the British Government, at the San Francisco conference to herald the birth of the United Nations Organisation, to create the impression that India was practically independent. Gandhi said: "An indispensable preliminary to peace is the complete freedom of India from all foreign control, not merely because it is a classic example of imperialist domination but specially because it is a big, ancient and cultured country, which has fought for its freedom since 1920, deliberately by truth and non violence as its only weapon."
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