Ashgate, 2007 - History - 547 pages
This collection brings together twenty-one key articles that explore the nature and impact of colonial withdrawal. Ranging across all the European colonial powers, the articles discuss various aspects of decolonization, including the role of political violence, changing popular attitudes to empire and the inter-actions between colonial conflict and Cold War.
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A Pattern or a Puzzle?
John Flint 1983 Planned Decolonization and its Failure in British Africa
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