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

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

Label
Empire : The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Title
Empire
Title remainder
The british imperial experience, from 1765to the present
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1938-
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Judd, Denis
Dewey number
941.08
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Imperialism
  • History, Modern
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Commonwealth countries
  • England
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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