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The Resource Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present

Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present

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Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Title
Empire
Title remainder
The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Statement of responsibility
Denis Judd
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Analyzes the British imperial experience from the American Revolution to the present day
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176515
Cataloging source
DLC
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1938-
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Judd, Denis
Dewey number
941.08
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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True
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  • Imperialism
  • History, Modern
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Commonwealth countries
  • England
Target audience
adult
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the British imperial experience from 1765 to the present
Label
Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Anatomy of an Empire -- An Introduction -- 2.The American Revolution -- The End of the First British Empire? -- 3.Australia -- The First Fleet of 1788, and the Subsequent Settlements; Gold, Wool and Responsible Government -- 4.Ireland -- The Union of 1800; the Agitation for Home Rule and its Partial Resolution; Problems of Identity as Both Imperial Partner and Subordinate Nation -- 5.Canada -- The Rebellions of 1837; the Durham Report; Responsible Government; Settlement and Expansion; Inter-Colonial Rivalries; the 1867 Confederation -- 6.The Repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846 -- The Economics of Empire -- 7.The Great Indian Uprising of 1857-58 -- The British in India -- 8.The Jamaica Rebellion of 1865 -- British Interests in the Caribbean and the `Nigger Question' -- 9.The Opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 -- Britain in Egypt and the Sudan; Gordon at Khartoum, and Kitchener's Reconquest of the Sudan -- Empire --
  • Contents note continued: 10.The Battle of Majuba Hill, 1881 -- Bantu, Briton and Boer in South Africa; From the British Annexation of the Cape to the Convention of London 1884 -- 11.Cecil Rhodes' Legacy -- Fantasy, Power and the Partition of Africa -- 12.Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897 -- The Uses and the Misuses of Empire; an Imperial Triumph, or Whistling in the Dark? Fin de Siecle and the Problems and Opportunities of Empire -- 13.The Battle of Spion Kop, 1900 -- Crisis, War and Union in South Africa -- 14.The Suicide of Sir Hector MacDonald, 1903 -- Sex and the British Empire -- 15.Joseph Chamberlain and the Cabinet Split of 1903 Tariff Reform, Economic Decline and Imperial Preference -- 16.Scouting for Boys, 1908 -- National Decline, Empire, Youth and Education -- 17.The Imperial Conference of 1911 -- The Unity and Disunity of the Empire, Pan-Anglo-Saxonism, and the Pax Britannica -- 18.The Gandhi-Smuts Agreement of January 1914 --
  • Contents note continued: Anti-Imperialism, Resistance Movements, and `Occidentalism' verses `Orientalism' -- 19.The 1916 Easter Uprising in Ireland -- Britain, the Empire and the First World War -- 20.The Amritsar Massacre of 1919 -- Gandhi, the Raj and the Growth of Indian Nationalism, 1915-39 -- 21.The 1924 British Empire Wembley Exhibition -- Selling and Buying the Empire-Commonwealth in the Inter-War Years -- Contents -- 22.The Balfour Definition of Dominion Status, 1926 -- The Empire's Constitution, Trade and Development Between the Wars -- 23.The Bodyline Tour of Australia, 1932 -- Imperialism, National Identity and Sport -- 24.The Fall of Singapore, February 1942 -- Britain, the Empire-Commonwealth and the Second World War -- 25.The Partition of India, 1947 -- The Labour Government and the Empire-Commonwealth, 1945 to 1951 -- 26.The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta, 1953 --
  • Contents note continued: Churchill's Return to Power in Britain; the Conservative `Holding Operation'; Confrontations with Nationalist movements in Egypt, Cyprus, West and East Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean -- 27.The Suez Crisis of 1956 -- The Fall of the British Empire and the Rise of the Commonwealth - and the Common Market -- 28.Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, November 1965 -- Variable Winds of Change, and Wilson's Labour Government, 1964 to 1970 -- 29.The Declaration of Commonwealth Principles at Singapore, 1971 -- The Commonwealth During the 1970s -- 30.The Falklands War, 1982 -- The Remnants of Empire -- 31.The Inauguration of Nelson Mandela as President of South Africa, May 1994 -- Post-Colonialism and the Balance Sheet of Empire -- 32.Epilogue: 2011 -- Wales Votes for Further Devolution - the Commonwealth, 2002-2011
Control code
000048514778
Isbn
9781848859951
Label
Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Anatomy of an Empire -- An Introduction -- 2.The American Revolution -- The End of the First British Empire? -- 3.Australia -- The First Fleet of 1788, and the Subsequent Settlements; Gold, Wool and Responsible Government -- 4.Ireland -- The Union of 1800; the Agitation for Home Rule and its Partial Resolution; Problems of Identity as Both Imperial Partner and Subordinate Nation -- 5.Canada -- The Rebellions of 1837; the Durham Report; Responsible Government; Settlement and Expansion; Inter-Colonial Rivalries; the 1867 Confederation -- 6.The Repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846 -- The Economics of Empire -- 7.The Great Indian Uprising of 1857-58 -- The British in India -- 8.The Jamaica Rebellion of 1865 -- British Interests in the Caribbean and the `Nigger Question' -- 9.The Opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 -- Britain in Egypt and the Sudan; Gordon at Khartoum, and Kitchener's Reconquest of the Sudan -- Empire --
  • Contents note continued: 10.The Battle of Majuba Hill, 1881 -- Bantu, Briton and Boer in South Africa; From the British Annexation of the Cape to the Convention of London 1884 -- 11.Cecil Rhodes' Legacy -- Fantasy, Power and the Partition of Africa -- 12.Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897 -- The Uses and the Misuses of Empire; an Imperial Triumph, or Whistling in the Dark? Fin de Siecle and the Problems and Opportunities of Empire -- 13.The Battle of Spion Kop, 1900 -- Crisis, War and Union in South Africa -- 14.The Suicide of Sir Hector MacDonald, 1903 -- Sex and the British Empire -- 15.Joseph Chamberlain and the Cabinet Split of 1903 Tariff Reform, Economic Decline and Imperial Preference -- 16.Scouting for Boys, 1908 -- National Decline, Empire, Youth and Education -- 17.The Imperial Conference of 1911 -- The Unity and Disunity of the Empire, Pan-Anglo-Saxonism, and the Pax Britannica -- 18.The Gandhi-Smuts Agreement of January 1914 --
  • Contents note continued: Anti-Imperialism, Resistance Movements, and `Occidentalism' verses `Orientalism' -- 19.The 1916 Easter Uprising in Ireland -- Britain, the Empire and the First World War -- 20.The Amritsar Massacre of 1919 -- Gandhi, the Raj and the Growth of Indian Nationalism, 1915-39 -- 21.The 1924 British Empire Wembley Exhibition -- Selling and Buying the Empire-Commonwealth in the Inter-War Years -- Contents -- 22.The Balfour Definition of Dominion Status, 1926 -- The Empire's Constitution, Trade and Development Between the Wars -- 23.The Bodyline Tour of Australia, 1932 -- Imperialism, National Identity and Sport -- 24.The Fall of Singapore, February 1942 -- Britain, the Empire-Commonwealth and the Second World War -- 25.The Partition of India, 1947 -- The Labour Government and the Empire-Commonwealth, 1945 to 1951 -- 26.The Trial of Jomo Kenyatta, 1953 --
  • Contents note continued: Churchill's Return to Power in Britain; the Conservative `Holding Operation'; Confrontations with Nationalist movements in Egypt, Cyprus, West and East Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean -- 27.The Suez Crisis of 1956 -- The Fall of the British Empire and the Rise of the Commonwealth - and the Common Market -- 28.Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, November 1965 -- Variable Winds of Change, and Wilson's Labour Government, 1964 to 1970 -- 29.The Declaration of Commonwealth Principles at Singapore, 1971 -- The Commonwealth During the 1970s -- 30.The Falklands War, 1982 -- The Remnants of Empire -- 31.The Inauguration of Nelson Mandela as President of South Africa, May 1994 -- Post-Colonialism and the Balance Sheet of Empire -- 32.Epilogue: 2011 -- Wales Votes for Further Devolution - the Commonwealth, 2002-2011
Control code
000048514778
Isbn
9781848859951

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