The French Empire Between the Wars: Imperialism, Politics and Society
Manchester University Press, 2005 - 408 Seiten
The French empire between the wars is the first study of the French colonial empire at its height in the twenty years following the First World War. Based on extensive archival research, it addresses current debates about French methods of rule and their impact on colonial peoples, the origins of decolonisation, and the role of popular imperialism in French society and culture. By considering the distinctiveness of the inter-war years as a discrete period of colonial change, this book addresses several larger issues, such as tracing the origins of decolonisation in the rise of colonial nationalism, and a re-assessment of the impact of inter-war colonial rebellions in Africa, Syria and Indochina. The book also connects French theories of colonial governance to the lived experience of colonial rule in a period scarred by war and economic dislocation. The author analyses colonial decision-making in Paris and the renewed threat of global war, as well as colonial economic conditions and forms of discrimination in the empire to illustrate the process of French imperial decline.
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Frances interwar empire a framework for analysis
Colonial planning and administrative practice
Colonial economic demands and urban development
Women and colonialism and colonial education
Thinking imperially? Popular imperialism in France
An empire in revolt? The Rif war the Syrian rebellion
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