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Decolonisation and the British Empire, 1775-1997

Decolonisation and the British Empire This book analyzes the ideas and policies that governed the British experience of decolonization It shows how the British political tradition with its emphasis on experience over abstract theory was i

  • Title: Decolonisation and the British Empire, 1775-1997
  • Author: David George Boyce
  • ISBN: 9780312223250
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book analyzes the ideas and policies that governed the British experience of decolonization It shows how the British political tradition with its emphasis on experience over abstract theory was integral to the way in which the empire was regarded as being transformed rather than lost This was a significant aspect of the relatively painless British loss of empire D.This book analyzes the ideas and policies that governed the British experience of decolonization It shows how the British political tradition with its emphasis on experience over abstract theory was integral to the way in which the empire was regarded as being transformed rather than lost This was a significant aspect of the relatively painless British loss of empire D George Boyce places the process of decolonization in its wider context, tracing the 20th century domestic and international conditions that hastened decolonization.

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    About "David George Boyce"

    1. David George Boyce

      David George Boyce is a graduate of the Queen s University of Belfast, where he also researched for his PhD He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society He was an Archivist in the Department of Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library Oxford, 1968 71, and then lectured in the Department of Politics and International relations in Swansea University from 1971 until 2004 He has written books and articles on modern British, Irish, imperial and military history and politics.

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