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The Cambridge illustrated history of the British Empire / edited by P. J. Marshall.

by Marshall, Peter James.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001Description: 400 p. : ill. (some col.), facsims, maps, ports. ; 26 cm. (pbk).ISBN: 0521002540.Subject(s): colonial countries | history
Partial contents:
Introduction: the world shaped by empire. -- The British empire at the end of the eighteenth century. -- 1783-1870: an expanding empire. -- 1870-1918: the empire under threat. -- 1918 to the 1960s: keeping afloat. -- For richer, for poorer?. -- Power, authority, and freedom. -- Empires in the mind. -- Imperial towns and cities. -- British emigration and new identities. The diaspora of the Africans and the Asians. -- Art and the empire. -- Imperial Britain. -- Australia. -- Africa. -- British rule in India: an assessment. -- Conclusion: Empire in retrospect.
List(s) this item appears in: Colonialism and India
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Includes index.

Bibliography : p. 389-391.

Introduction: the world shaped by empire. -- The British empire at the end of the eighteenth century. -- 1783-1870: an expanding empire. -- 1870-1918: the empire under threat. -- 1918 to the 1960s: keeping afloat. -- For richer, for poorer?. -- Power, authority, and freedom. -- Empires in the mind. -- Imperial towns and cities. -- British emigration and new identities. The diaspora of the Africans and the Asians. -- Art and the empire. -- Imperial Britain. -- Australia. -- Africa. -- British rule in India: an assessment. -- Conclusion: Empire in retrospect.

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