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A survey of the historical and international aspects of colonial rule in Africa.
The object which I have had in view in setting down these notes on administration in British tropical Africa is twofold. In the first place, I have hoped to put before those who are interested in the development of that part of the British Empire beyond the seas for which Great Britain is directly responsible, an outline of the system under which those responsibilities have originated and are being discharged, and some idea of the nature of the problems confronting the local administrator. In the second place, in discussing these problems I have ventured to make some few suggestions, as the result of experience, in the hope that they may be found worthy of consideration by the "men on the spot"-in so far as the varying circumstances of our Crown colonies and protectorates may render them in any degree applicable.
Examines the rise of nationalism in Palestinian politics. This book argues that the advocacy of nationalist identity was interlinked with resistance to British imperialism. It probes early self-perceptions of Palestinian nationalism and its relationship with Islamic and pan-Arab identities.
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