Gender and Violence in British India: The Road to Amritsar, 1914-1919

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In British India, the years during and following World War I saw imperial unity deteriorate into a bitter dispute over native effeminacy and India's postwar fitness for self-rule. This study demonstrates that increasingly ferocious dispute culminated in the actual physical violence of the Amritsar Massacre of 1919.