Imperial Policy and Colonial Practice, 1925-1945: Economic policy, social policies and colonial research
S. R. Ashton, S. E. Stockwell
H.M. Stationery Office, 1996 - Decolonization - 403 pages
This work is a general volume of the British documents on the End of Empire Project. The documents cover defence, international relations and imperial economics, political and social development and colonial unrest. Based on material from official British archives, they reveal widely differing and conflicting perceptions of Britain's interests, obligations and motivations. Part 1 is also available (ISBN 0-11-290544-7).
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