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France and Decolonisation

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 168
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The Making of the Twentieth Century

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Paperback - 9780333353530

01 January 1991

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01 January 1991

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01 January 1991

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By 1914 France had amassed over ten million square kilometres, and 60 million people including the colonies of Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, the colony in S.E. Asia known as Indochina and a vast block of West Africa. This study...

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By 1914 France had amassed over ten million square kilometres, and 60 million people including the colonies of Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, the colony in S.E. Asia known as Indochina and a vast block of West Africa. This study gives the undergraduate student a factual geographical and historical background to the establishment of the early twentieth century French colonial empire. The author describes in detail the physical struggles between the colonies and their rules and the subsequent demise of the Empire.

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Preface
Introduction: The French Colonial Empire in the Context of Modern History
Historical Conditions
An Empire Peaceful and Disturbed
The Changing Scene in the Colonial World
The Despair and Hope of War
Caution and Confusion
Dissolution
Accumulating Failure: Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria
The Peaceful Devolution of Authority: Subsaharan Africa
Conclusion
Source
Notes
General Sources.

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