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Winds of change : the end of empire in Africa /
Trevor Royle.
imprint
London : John Murray, 1996.
description
ix, 308 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps, ports. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0719553520 :
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imprint
London : John Murray, 1996.
isbn
0719553520 :
catalogue key
752258
 
Includes bibliography and index.
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When the British established the empire in Africa it was to last for at least 100 years. Trevor Royle describes how the empire diminished and finally ended in the 1960s.
Table of Contents
Illustrations
Acknowledgements
Maps
Prologue: Heart of Darknessp. 1
Scrambling for Africap. 11
The Lives They Always Ledp. 38
The Beginning of the Endp. 69
Keeping the Flags Flyingp. 99
First to Gop. 124
The Centre Cannot Holdp. 152
Fighting for Freedomp. 179
Failure of the Federationp. 207
Last to Gop. 235
Aftermathp. 267
Bibliographyp. 284
Indexp. 289
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