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Книга Osprey crusade №123. Auldearn 1645 Osprey crusade №123. Auldearn 1645 Книги Исторические Автор: S.Reid Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: 15 Mb ISBN: 084176 679 nine Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Сериявоенных книгCampaign от Osprey.

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The combination of territory, capital, and technology turned migration, in part government-sponsored but overwhelmingly voluntary in inspiration, into a fundamental feature of colonial economic life and social development. 10 Expansion and the Limits of Empire Notwithstanding the enlargement of Britain's colonial possessions and their commercial value, they were never capable of satisfying more than part of Britain's needs. 11 In many parts of the globe, therefore, British trade and investment underwent striking growth, contributing crucially to metropolitan Britain's wealth and well-being.

The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Vol. Ill, The Empire-Commonwealth, 1870-1914 (Cambridge, 1959), chap. 19. P A U L B. R I C H , Race and Empire in British Politics, 2nd edn. (Cambridge, 1990). B E R N A R D S E M M E L , Imperialism and Social Reform: English Social-Imperial Thought, 1895-1914 (London, 1960). J O H N M A N N I N G WARD, Colonial Self-Government: The British Experience, 1759-1856 (London, 1976). , The South African War: The Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902 (London, 1980).

M. Lower, From Colony to Nation (Toronto, 1946); Donald Creighton, Dominion of the North (New York, 1944). 55 For New Zealand, see chap, by Raewyn Dalziel. In Vol. V, see chap, by James Belich. 56 See chap, by Ged Martin, esp. pp. 522, 525. 22 ANDREW PORTER States, many Australians—Queenslanders perhaps most of all—felt threatened by French, German, and American expansion in the western Pacific, and by a growing Japanese or Asian 'threat'. 58 Except when local crises necessitated appeals to Britain, there was a widespread colonial awareness of having ceased to be unequivocally British, but as yet no clear sense of something distinctive to put in its place.

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