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The English-speaking peoples' is a phrase indelibly associated with Winston Churchill, both as politician and as author. It is often assumed that this concept originated in socially privileged, politically conservative and generally establishment-minded circles and that it achieved its...
This essay reinterprets the evolution of the United States between 1783 and 1861 from the perspective of imperial history. The established literature on this period focuses on the national story, and particularly on the struggle to achieve liberty and democracy. Historians of empire,...
In the immediate aftermath of the 1919 killings at Amritsar, where British forces commanded by Reginald Dyer gunned down hundreds of unarmed Indians at an illegal demonstration, debate centered on whether Dyer's actions were typical or atypical of British behavior in India. While British...
The concept of micro-nations is not new, but until now little research has been conducted into how Governments have responded to the challenges they present. Such nations are invariably self-declared, often with tiny populations and no visible means of sustaining themselves, and usually...
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