The Oxford History of the British Empire - Vol. 4

By Judith M. Brown; Wm. Roger Louis et al. | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
List of Maps XVII
List of Figures XVIII
List of Tables XIX
Abbreviations and Location of Manuscript Sources XXI
List of Contributors XXII
1. Introduction Wm. Roger Louis 1
2. The British Empire in the Edwardian Era Ronald Hyam 47
3. A Third British Empire? The Dominion Idea in Imperial Politics John Darwin 64
4. The Metropolitan Economics of Empire D. K. Fieldhouse 88
5. The British Empire and the Great War, 1914-1918 Robert Holland 114
6. Ireland and the Empire-Commonwealth, 1900-1948 Deirdre McMahon 138
7. Migrants and Settlers Stephen Constantine 163
8. Critics of Empire in Britain Nicholas Owen 188
9. The Popular Culture of Empire in Britain John M. MacKenzie 212
10. Colonial Rule John W. Cell 232
11. Bureaucracy and 'Trusteeship' in the Colonial Empire Ronald Hyam 255
12. 'Deceptive Might': Imperial Defence and Security, 1900-1968 Anthony Clayton 280
13. The Second World War Keith Jeffery 306
14. The Dissolution of the British Empire Wm. Roger Louis 329
15. Imperialism and After: The Economy of the Empire on the Periphery B. R. Tomlinson 357
16. Gender in the British Empire Rosalind O'Hanlon 379
17. The British Empire and the Muslim World Francis Robinson 398
18. India Judith M. Brown 421
19. Ceylon S. R. Ashton 447
20. Imperialism and Nationalism in South-East Asia A. J. Stockwell 465
21. Britain's Informal Empire in the Middle East Glen Balfour-Paul 490
22. West Africa Toyin Falola and A. D. Roberts 515

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