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The French Empire Between the Wars: Imperialism, Politics and Society
Introduction The Setting - politics and colonial administration after the First World War 1. Consolidation and expansion 2. Colonial planning and administrative practice 3. The empire and the FrenchExpand
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Fight or Flight: Britain, France, and their Roads from Empire
Introduction 1. Imperial Zenith? The European Empires after World War I 2. Empires and the Challenge of Total War 3. Brave New World? Rebuilding Empire after World War II 4. Fiery Sunsets: FightingExpand
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Empires of Intelligence: Security Services and Colonial Disorder after 1914
List of Illustrations Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Introduction: Exploring Intelligence and Empire 1. The Development of Intelligence Services and Security Policing in North Africa and theExpand
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Violence and Colonial Order: Police, Workers and Protest in the European Colonial Empires, 1918-1940
Introduction: police, labour and colonial violence Part I. Ideas and Practices: 1. Colonial policing: a discursive framework 2. 'What did you do in the colonial police force, daddy?' PolicingExpand
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A short history of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition
The American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land is sometimes referred to as the 'last of the big expeditions'. Despite the hype (and there was plenty of that), exploration - at least inExpand
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Communication between medical practitioners and dancers.
The purpose of this study was to investigate patterns of communication between professional and pre-professional dancers and medical practitioners. One survey was developed and randomly conductedExpand
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Selection of a suitable cladoceran species for toxicity testing in turbid waters
Two Australian cladocerans, Moina australiensis Sars and a species of Ceriodaphnia, were evaluated as possible biological indicator organisms to assess the toxicity of irrigation supply and drainageExpand
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Albert Sarraut, French Colonial Development, and the Communist Threat, 1919–1930*
  • M. Thomas
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Modern History
  • 1 December 2005
There are now few supporters of the idea that, in the twentieth century, France valued its colonies for economic reasons above all. Historians attempting to explain French attachment to empireExpand
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Professional learning needs in using video calls identified through workshops
BackgroundMost people want to die at home but only half do. Supporting patients in rural locations is challenging. Video calls such as Skype, might help but are not routinely used; we should considerExpand
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