Socialist History Journal

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Socialist History Journal PDF ebook download Imperialism did not disappear with the formal dissolution of colonial empires in the decades following the Second World War. Its impact can be measured by its effects on the societies upon which it was imposed and the ongoing consequences for the states that perpetrated it.This issue collects essays on colonialism and its aftermath, including Victor Kiernan on some of the leading interpretations, Marxist and otherwise, of the meaning and significance of imperialism: Ralph Russell on the complicated developments that led to the independence of India and partition of Pakistan; Anna Davin's examination of early twentieth-century London as a capital governed by imperial culture; Bill McCaig on anti-imperialist solidarity in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa; and David Morgan on resistance in Turkish Kurdistan.

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