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W. David McIntyre
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by David Mcintyre (Author). The second group focuses on the loss of empire from the perspective of economics and showing that the colonies were no longer profitable.

by David Mcintyre (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0333644386. ISBN-10: 9780333644386. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The British sterling was destroyed as a currency after the Second World War causing Britain to revaluate its position in the colonies. The third group argues that a changing dynamic in world politics caused the loss of empire with the USSR and US being antimperialistc it left the British without an option.

British Decolonisation, 1946-1997 book. Other books in the series. British History in Perspective (1 - 10 of 57 books). Books by W. David McIntyre.

British History in Perspective. 1946-1997 VVhen, VVhy and How did the British Empire Fall? w. DAVID MciNrYRE Prqfessor qfHistory, University qfCanterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. In this book I try to do three things: to provide a concise narrative of the sequence of decolonization; to summarize, briefly, the debate about why it happened; and to consider what was distinctive about the way the events unfolded.

British Decolonization, 1946–1997. The sudden demise of arguably the world's greatest empire in the years following the Second World War was a momentous event in global history. When, Why and How did the British Empire Fall? Authors. After nearly four centuries of colonial activity, the British relinquished their empire in a little more than twenty years. In this comprehensive new survey, David McIntyre narrates the sequence of decolonisation, summarises the historical controversies surrounding its causes, and considers what was distinctive about the way events unfolded.

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British History in Perspective. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Recommend this journal. Journal of British Studies. Section: 3. Decolonization and the British Empire. 0333644379, 0333644387. Next: The myth of "Mau Mau": nationalism in Kenya. Library availability.

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British Decolonization, 1946-1997 : When, Why and How Did the British Empire Fall? (Part of the British History in Perspective Series). by W.

The sudden demise of arguably the world's greatest empire in the years following the Second World War was a momentous event in global history. After nearly four centuries of colonial activity, the British relinquished their empire in a little more than twenty years. In this comprehensive new survey, David McIntyre narrates the sequence of decolonisation, summarises the historical controversies surrounding its causes, and considers what was distinctive about the way events unfolded. The author argues that although colonial self-government had a long pedigree going back to the American colonies (and Dominion status had become a peaceful evolutionary route to independence), the upsurge of colonial nationalisms after 1945 meant that policy-makers were overtaken by events. The great speed at which the numerous dependencies in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific were relinquished is analysed and the Commonwealth since decolonisation reconsidered, revealing an association displaying surprising vigour in its post-Britannic years.