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Book: ID no. (ISBN etc.):  0-7190-6048-6 BibTeX citation key:  Ward2001
STUART WARD (Ed.)2001. British Culture and the End of Empire. (Manchester: ). Manchester University Press 0-7190-6048-6.
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Categories: history
Keywords: db**, db.07.3, decolonisation biblio
Creators: Ward
Publisher: Manchester University Press (Manchester)

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Imperial Heroes for a Post-Imperial Age—Jeffrey Richards
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