The Statecraft of British Imperialism: Essays in Honour of Wm. Roger Louis
Robert D. King, Robin W. Kilson
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - History - 272 pages
These stimulating essays reassess the meaning of British imperialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They are written by leading authorities in the field and range in scope from the aftermath of the American revolution to the liquidation of the British empire, from the Caribean to the Pacific, from Suez to Hong Kong.
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