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British elites 1870-1950.
Open University. Great Britain 1750-1950: Sources and Historiography Course Team.
Written in English
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This discussion of the “American danger,” the “American invasion,” or the “American specter” began in the s, peaked in the early years of the twentieth century (accelerated by the Spanish-American War of ), resurfaced in the late s, and continued into the s. 5 Anxious over the exponential rise of the first postcolonial society, economic Cited by: 7. the mean for elites takes 15 or more generations. surnames at the time of the Domesday Book of , which listed the major landholders of England. Most of these people were the Norman, Breton and while between and they had fewer children. For in. England thus, the surname method will tend to overweight the high.
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DR JOHN MITCHAM John is Assistant Professor of History at Duquesne University. He is an historian of the British Empire, with a particular focus on settler colonialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His book, Race and Imperial Defence in the British World (Cambridge University Press, ), examined the cultural links between Britain.
Tariq Omar Ali's first book, 'A Local History of Global Capital' is a fantastically researched and brilliantly written inquiry into the Jute industry of the Bengal Delta during the last half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century/5(4).
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