The Weirdest Wall In India's History

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Q: In the 1800s, the British built a 2,500 mile wall to protect against smugglers in India. It was made of plants and became known as the great hedge. Customs officials grew the hedge to stop smuggling of this material, a law that Gandhi, among others, later protested.

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