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MICHAEL ADAS. 2004. Contested Hegemony: The Great War and the Afro-Asian Assault on the Civilizing Mission Ideology. Journal of World History 15.1. Added by: sashi  V    Pop. 81.11%
HILARY BECKLES & VERENE SHEPHERD (Eds.)1993. Carribean Freedom: Society and Economy from Emancipation to the Present. (Kingston: ). Ian Randle 976-810017-6 (Ian Randle). - 0-85255-711-6 (James Currey). Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 56.51%
DANIEL BRANCH. 2009. Defeating Mau Mau, Creating Kenya: Counterinsurgency, Civil War and Decolonization. Cambridge, MA; London: Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-11382-3. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 58.63%
JUDITH BROWN & ANTHONY PAREL (Eds.)2011. The Cambridge Companion to Gandhi. (Cambridge: ). Cambridge University Press 0-521-13345-9. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 70.36%
LAWRENCE J. BUTLER. 1999. Reconstruction, development and the entrepreneurial state: The British colonial model, 1939-51. Contemporary British History 13.4. 29–55. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 65.8%
-----. 2000. Britain, the United States and the demise of the Central African Federation, 1959-63. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 28.3. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 57.17%
-----. 2002. Britain and Empire: Adjusting to a Post-Imperial World. London: I.B. Tauris 1-86064-449-X. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 56.35%
P.J. CAIN & A.G. HOPKINS. 1987. Gentlemanly Capitalism and British Expansion Overseas II: New Imperialism, 1850-1945. The Economic History Review 40.1. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 54.4%
PARTHA CHATTERJEE. 1986. The colonial state and peasant resistance in Bengal, 1920-1947. Past & Present 110.1. 169–204. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 58.63%
-----. 1993. The Nation and its Fragments: Colonial and Postcolonial Histories. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press 0-691-03305-6. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 67.75%
D. COLE. 1971. The problem of 'nationalism' and 'imperialism' in British settlement colonies. Journal of British Studies 10. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 67.59%
FREDERICK COOPER. 1994. Conflict and connection: Rethinking colonial African history. The American Historical Review 99. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 61.89%
RAFAEL COX-ALOMAR. 2003. Britain's withdrawal from the Eastern Caribbean, 1965-67; A reappraisal. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 31.3. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 55.37%
JOHN DARWIN. An Undeclared Empire: The British in the Middle East, 1918-1939. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 27.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 59.12%
CATHERINE HALL & SONYA O. ROSE (Eds.)2006. At Home with the Empire: Metropolitan Culture and the Imperial World. (Cambridge: ). Cambridge University Press 0-521-67002-0. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 54.07%
ROBERT HOLLAND (Ed.)1994. Emergencies and Disorder in the European Empires after 1945. (London: ). Frank Cass 0-7146-4109-x. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 53.91%
RONALD HYAM. 1987. The Geopolitical origins of the Central African Federation: Britain, Rhodesia, and South Africa, 1948-1953. Historical Journal 30.1. Last edited by: sashi  v    Pop. 60.91%
-----. 1999. The primacy of geopolitics: the dynamics of British imperial policy, 1763-1963. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 27.2. 27–52. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 50.16%
MATTHEW JONES. 2000. Creating Malaysia: Singapore Security, the Borneo territories and the contours of British policy, 1961-3. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 28.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 55.54%
PAUL KELLEMAN. 2006. Modernising Colonialism: The British Labour Movement and Africa. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 34.2. Added by: sashi  v    Pop. 56.03%

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