ISBN-10:
0754625680
ISBN-13:
9780754625681
Pub. Date:
06/06/2007
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
European Decolonization / Edition 1

European Decolonization / Edition 1

by Martin Thomas
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ISBN-13: 9780754625681
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 06/06/2007
Series: International Library of Essays on Political History Series
Pages: 574
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.60(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Dr Martin Thomas is Reader in Colonial History and Director of the Centre for the Study of War, State and Society at the University of Exeter, UK. He has written widely on the French Empire, colonial policing and European decolonization.

Table of Contents

Contents: Series preface; Introduction; Part I Long-Term Perspectives: A comparative study of French and British decolonization, Tony Smith; Imperial hangovers: Belgium - the economics of decolonisation, Jean-Philippe Peemans; Fanon and Cabral: a contrast in theories of revolution for Africa, Robert Blackley; British decolonisation since 1945: a pattern or a puzzle?, John Darwin. Part II Post-War Problems and Confrontations: Militant response: the Dutch use of military force and the decolonization of the Dutch East Indies, 1945-50, Petra M.H. Groen; 'Our strike': equality, anticolonial politics and the 1947-48 railway strike in French West Africa, Frederick Cooper; Planned decolonization and its failure in British Africa, John Flint; Keeping India in the Commonwealth: British political and military aims, 1947-49, Anita Inder Singh. Part III Decolonization and Party Politics: Africa and the Labour government, 1945-51, Ronald Hyam; The colonial policies of the Mouvement Républicaine Populaire, 1944-45: from reform to reaction, Martin Thomas; Keeping change within bounds: aspects of colonial policy during the Churchill and Eden governments 1951-57, David Goldsworthy; Macmillan and the wind of change in Africa, 1957-60, Ritchie Ovendale. Part IV Decolonisation, Counter-Insurgency and Wars of Liberation: 'Iron claws on Malaya': the historiography of the Malayan Emergency, Karl Hack; Decolonisation, the colonial state and chieftaincy in the Gold Coast, Richard C. Crook; School wars: church, state and the death of the Congo, Patrick M. Boyle; People's war, state formation and revolution in Africa: a comparative analysis of Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Angola, Patrick Chabal. Part V The Internationalization of Decolonization: China and the 1st Indochina war, 1950-54, Chen Jian; American attitudes toward decolonization in Africa, Steven Metz; Rethinking the cold war and decolonization: the grand strategy of the Algerian war for independence, Matthew Conne

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