4 edition of British Paternalism and Africa 1920-1940 found in the catalog.
British Paternalism and Africa 1920-1940
by Frank Cass & Co
Written in English
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Penelope Hetherington, British Paternalism and Africa, (London: Frank. Cass, ), pp. , for a discussion of the muddling of race, culture, language, morality, and intelligence in twentieth-century thought and its political implications. While her work concerns the period , this muddling persists in current scholar-ship. Abstract. Derided by British intellectuals as ‘propaganda of inanity unparalleled in the world’s history’ and as an ‘impertinence’ toward educated Indians, the ‘smiling tours’ of the Prince of Wales to India and then West and South Africa in the early s offer a unique lens through which to explore the largely unwritten history of African and Indian empire loyalism in a Cited by: 5.
By most of Africa had been subjected to European rule; in the s, the colonial regimes faced widespread and mounting opposition. british university press cambridge university cambridge university press cambridge histories cambridge histories online You can write a book review and share your. This Anglo-American struggle occurred first not in North Africa, but in India where US officials saw British actions against the Indian National Congress (INC) as unnecessarily harsh. 23 The Government of India Act and particularly the Colonial Development and Welfare Act provided a brief glimpse of the future of the British Empire as.
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London: Frank Cass, Pp. xvi + £ Handlehkonflikte zwischen europaischen Firmen und einheimischen Produzenten in Britisch Westafrika: Die “Cocoa‐Hold‐Ups” in der Zwischenkriegzeit by Franz Ehrler. Zurich: Atlantis Verlag, British Paternalism and Africa 1920-1940 book For a few useful studies of perceptions of empire among some the defenders of the League during the interwar period, see Partha Sarathi Gupta, Imperialism and the British Labour Movement (London, ); Penelope Hetherington, British Paternalism and Africa (London, ) and Stephen Howe, Anticolonialism in British Politics.
She went on to study history at UWA, where she was awarded an MA in ; her thesis was published under the title, British paternalism and Africa, (). American Historical Review, 84 ():called it 'a weighty two-fold contribution to British imperial history as it concerns Africa'.
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) Review by: Robert G. Gregory. 7 On British Africa, see for instance Kenneth King, Pan-Africanism and Education: a Study of Race Philanthropy and Education in the Southern States of America and East Africa (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ); Penelope Hetherington, British Paternalism and Africa, (London: F.
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