Britains experience of empire in the twentieth century edited by andrew thompson oxford history of the british empire companion series the first volume in a growing body of literature on the impact of imperialism on britain to focus on the twentieth century so opens up a new chronological perspective on britains experience of empire. Britains experience of empire in the twentieth century by andrew thompson ed the oxford history of the british empire companion series oxford oxford university press 2012 pp 368 charles v reed elizabeth city state university. This companion volume to the oxford history of the british empire series is a valuable contribution to the growing field of imperial and postimperial studies it provides a detailed examination of how the empire was experienced in 20th century britain how and why it mattered the demands it made and how it shaped the british world outlook g m stearns choice a very useful counter to . Empire cultures and identities in nineteenth and twentieth century britain simon j potter national university of ireland galway abstract over the last twenty years historians have sought to gauge how the experience of. The impact of imperialism on britain from the mid nineteenth century 2005 and empire and globalisation networks of people goods and capital in the british world c1850 1914 2010 he is currently a council member of the arts and humanities research council and serves on the editorial boards of south african historical journal and twentieth century british history
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