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After years of owning India, Britain realized in was not feasible to keep India. It was costing money to defend a country that was not able to offer much in the form of resources.

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There are a number of things which led Great Britain to finally grant India limited self rule. The killing of tons of British soldiers by Kaiser during World War 1 was the main factor as it significantly reduced the number of British soldiers.

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continuous campaigns of civil disobedience by indians

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