Published in 1922, this book provides a history of the era as well as making reference to Britain’s colonial past. Egerton discusses British policies in her territories, as well as trials and tribulations that faced the British Empires influence at the dawn of the twentieth century.
Part 1: Dominions. 1. The Vestiges of British Predominance. 2. The Growing Pains of Nationhood. 3. Nationhood. 4. The Question of Preferential Trade. 5. Defence. 6. The Foreign Policy of Great Britain as it Affected the Dominions Between 1900 and 1914. 7. Partnership of Separation. Part 2: The Government of Backward Races. 1. Africa. 2. Malaya. 3. Conclusion.
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