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New Zealand ceased to award the titles of ‘Sir’ and ‘Dame’ in 2000, joining Australia and Canada in what looked like the end of a process of change that all three countries had been implementing in their honours systems over the twentieth century, albeit at varying speeds. In each case,...
While the role of British colonial governors has been subject to recent extensive analysis, the collective phenomenon of Victorian Members of Parliament taking up gubernatorial office remains largely unaddressed. Between 1828 and 1868, 38 former MPs were appointed to colonial...
This article examines the developmental trajectory of a cluster of Antipodean imperial loyalty leagues, several of which were branches of British based leagues, which were formed and operated in the first half of the twentieth century. It is argued here that the thesis of the success of...
This article reasserts the significance of colonial youth and imperial ideology in the cultural Cold War. It explores Britain's perceptions of colonial youth – both as its most dangerous potential enemy and as the subgroup of colonials which required the most protection against communist...
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