The Muslim league was founded
South Africa gained self-rule as a dominion of the British Empire.
They formed the African National congress to fight for their rights
Letter to Zionist leaders, British foreign secretary sir Arthur Balfour Promoted the idea of creating a Jewish home land in Palestine
South Africa become an independent member of the British commonwealth
The British House of commons passed an act, that granted two nations, India and Pakistan
10 million people were on the move in the Indian subcontinent.
Pakistan comprised two separate States
India become the world's largest democracy
The UN general Assembly vetoed to partition Palestine into an Arab Palestinian state and Jewish state
Hindu extremist killed Gandhi
David Ben Grunion, longtime leader of the Jews residing in Palestine announced the creation of an independent Israel
The national Party came to power in south African
The united Nations arranged a cease -fire between India Pakistan
Mao Zedong set out to transform chain.
The Algerian Nation Liberation front
The second Arab-Israel was followed
The minority government set up resources , called homeless, for the country's major black groups.
Nigeria got their independence peacefully
Algeria gained it's independence
The British granted Kenya's independence
Jawaharlal Nehru died
Palestine officials formed the Palestine Liberation organization
A group of army officers seized power in the capital city of Lagos in Nigeria
Nehru's daughter Indira Gandhi was chosen to be Prime Minster
Moa began the cultural Revolution
Arab forces inflirted heavy casualties and recaptured some of the territory lost
The eastern Region seceded from Nigeria declaring itself the new nation of Biatra
Palestinians would have to withdraw from territory seized from Egypt, Jordan, and Syria.
Nasser and his Arab allies, equipped with Soviet tanks and aircraft, felt ready to confront Isreal
Yasir Arafat become chairman of the PLO
Zhou startled the world by inviting an American table tennis team to chain
A fourth Arab-Israel conflict erupted
Mao and Zhou died.
Riots over school policies broke out in the black township pf the Soweto, leaving about 600 students dead
Just four years after the Yom Kippur war, Anwasad at stunned the world by extending a hand to Irael
Carter invited Sdat and Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin to camp David
The military handed power back to civilian rulers
The camp David Accords ended 30 years of hostilities between Egypt and Israel.
Deng Xiaoping had emerged as the most powerful leader of chain.
Indian army troops overran the Golden Temple
Students sparked a popular upraising that stunned chains leaders.
As protects mounted, the government decked a nationwide state of emergency.
The standoff came to an end
Rajiu Gandhi party lost power
President de Klerk legalized the NC and also released Nelson Mandela from prison
Rajiu Gandhi was killed by a bomb
President de klerk agreed to hold south Africa's first universal elections in which people of all races could vote
After much debate south Africa lawmakers passed a new more democratic constitution.
ANC official Thabo Mbeki won election as president in a peaceful transition of power
Nelson Mandela stepped down
South Africa was engaged in negations to establish free-trade agreements with a number of counties around the world
Moi stepped down