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The rulers of The Empire's greatest colony, growing paranoid and fearful of the restless Indian population, had resorted to increasingly brutal measures to subjugate the masses. All it took was one trigger-happy military commander to order indiscriminate firing on a peaceful gathering of protestors in a city garden. Over 1000 dead.
Adapted from the celebrated book "Amritsar 1919: An Empire of Fear & the Making of a Massacre" by Kim Wagner, "Massacre" is a dramatic retelling of the days and events leading up to, as well as those following, the infamous Jallianwala Bagh massacre of April 13, 1919, when British troops under the command of Gen. Dyer opened fire without warning on several thousand unarmed Indian protestors gathered in a public park.

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