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MY FATHER’S COURAGE: 1930, GANDHI AND THE SALT MARCH

Aslam helplessly witnesses his father’s arrest: he disobeyed the British authorities by harvesting salt-a heavily taxed item. The boy is assailed with doubt. Why did his father break the law? Why doesn’t sea salt belong to everyone? When he learns that Gandhiji is going to be marching through his village of Jalalpore, Aslam feels hopeful. He is the only one who can oppose the authorities and, maybe, free his father.

Discover the stories about events that changed the 20th century in the One Day Elsewhere series.

A GIANT LEAP: 1969, WE WALKED ON THE MOON

It’s 20 July 1969. At home, June is waiting for a big event, the biggest of her life: the birth of the baby that’s in her mother’s belly. But in the hospital, on the streets, everyone else is waiting for another big event: a man is about to walk on the Moon.

Discover the stories about events that changed the 20th century in the One Day Elsewhere series.

 

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