Unfit for Heroes: Reconstruction and Soldier Settlement in the Empire Between the Wars

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Manchester University Press, 1995 - History - 243 pages
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This detailed study not only examines the dominions' attempts to meet the daunting challenges of the post-war world, but also the political manoeuvres and economic initiatives which formed the basis of a new period in Anglo-dominion relations. Soldier settlement was seen as the economic cornerstone of a new and dynamic post-war society. The participation of British veterans provided the foundation for the more ambitious empire migration strategy developed by the imperial architect, Leo Amery

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