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DAVID ANDERSON & DAVID KILLINGRAY (Eds.)1992. Policing and Decolonization: Politics, Nationalism and the Police 1917-65. (Manchester: ). Manchester University Press 0-7190-3033-1. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 47.68%
H. BRASTED, C. BRIDGE & J. KENT. 1995. Cold War, informal empire and the transfer of power: some paradoxes in British decolonisation resolved? In ANTHONY ADAMTHWAITE & MICHAEL DOCKRILL (Eds.) Europe Within the Global System, 1938-1960: Great Britain, France, Italy and Germany: from great powers to regional powers. Bochum: Brockmeyer. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 34.18%
P.J. CAIN & A.G. HOPKINS. 1993. British Imperialism: crisis and deconstruction, 1914-90. London: Longman. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 45.15%
FREDERICK COOPER. Colonialism in Question: Theory, Knowledge Practice. University of California Press 9780520244146. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 39.24%
FREDERICK COOPER & ANN LAURA STOLER. 1997. Between metropole and colony: rethinking a research agenda. In FREDERICK COOPER & ANN LAURA STOLER (Eds.) Tensions of Empire: Colonial Cultures in a Bourgeois World. Berkeley; London: University of California Press 0-520-20540-5. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.82%
JOHN DARWIN. 1988. Britain and Decolonisation: The Retreat from Empire in the Post-War World. London: Palgrave Macmillan 0333292588. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 37.97%
-----. 1991. The End of the British Empire: the Historical Debate. London: Blackwell 978-0631164289. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.82%
-----. 2002. Globalism and imperialism: the global context of British power, 1830-1960. In SHIGERU ATIKA (Ed.) Gentlemanly Capitalism, Imperialism and Global History. Basingstoke; London: Palgrave Macmillan 0-333-99306-3. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.82%
-----. 2009. Historians of the British Empire. In ROGER W. LOUIS (Ed.) Ultimate Adventures with Britannia. London, New York: I.B. Tauris 978-1-8488-5153-5. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 36.29%
-----. 2009. The Empire Project: The Rise and Fall of the British World-System. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-30208-1 (rel.). - 978-0-521-31789-4 (br.). Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 37.55%
CARY FRASER. 2000. The 'New Frontier' of Empire in the Caribbean: The Transfer of Power in British Guiana, 1961-1964. The International History Review 22.3. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 39.24%
ANTONY G. HOPKINS. 2008. Rethinking Decolonization. Past and Present 200.1. 211–247. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 35.86%
TONY HOPKINS. 1997. Macmillan's audit of empire, 1957. In Understanding Decline: Perceptions and Realities of Britain’s economic performance. (PETER CLARKE & CLIVE TREBILCOCK (series Ed.)). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 0-521-56317-8. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 32.91%
STEPHEN HOWE. 1993. Anticolonialism in British Politics: the Left and the End of Empire, 1918-1964. Oxford: Clarendon Press No. pages: xvi, 316. 978-0-19-820423-7. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 38.4%
RONALD HYAM. 2006. Britain's Declining Empire: The Road to Decolonization, 1918-1968. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-86649-1 (rel.). - 978-0-521-68555-9 (br.). Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 32.49%
MATTHEW JONES. 2002. A decision delayed: Britain's withdrawal from South East Asia Reconsidered. English Historical Review 117.472. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 40.08%
JOHN KENT. Bevin's imperialsm and the idea of Euro-Africa 1945-1949. In MICHAEL DOCKRILL & JOHN W. YOUNG (Eds.) British Foreign Policy, 1945-1956. Basingstoke; London: Macmillan 0-333-46042-1. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 37.55%
-----. 2005. United States reactions to empire, colonialism and cold war in Black Africa, 1949-1957. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 33.2. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 40.51%
ROGER W. LOUIS. 2002. The Dissolution of the British Empire in the Era of Vietnam. The American Historical Review 107.1. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 50.63%
MARGARET MACMILLAN. Peacemakers: the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 and its attempts to end war. London: John Murray. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 37.13%

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