DescriptionThis book charts the decolonization of Asia, Africa and the Caribbean from 1945 to the present day, analysing the ways in which countries separated themselves from the control of the European Powers.
Part I: The Background:.
1. First Colonial Responses.
Part II: The British Empire: Asia:.
3. Ceylon, Burma and Malaya.
Part III: The British Empire: Africa:.
6. Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
7. East Africa (Uganda, Tankanyika and Zanzibar).
9. South Central Africa (the Rhodesias and Nyasaland).
Part IV: The British Empire: Outposts: .
10. The Caribbean.
11. The Mediterranean.
12. The 'Daughters'.
Part V: The Commonwealth:.
Part VI: The French Empire: .
13. North Africa.
14. Black Africa and Madagascar.
Part VII: The Empires of the Smaller European Powers: .
16. The Dutch Empire.
17. The Belgian Empire.
18. The Italian Empire.
19. The Spanish Empire.
20. The Portuguese Empire.
21. The Russian Empire.
Guide to Further Reading.
* Provides full coverage of the transfer of power in Hong Kong
* Places decolonization in the context of 500 years of European global domination.