Polish Lebensraum: the colonial ambition to expand on racial terms

  title={Polish Lebensraum: the colonial ambition to expand on racial terms},
  author={B. Balogun},
  journal={Ethnic and Racial Studies},
  pages={2561 - 2579}
  • B. Balogun
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Ethnic and Racial Studies
  • ABSTRACT Lebensraum – the space a state believes is required for its natural expansion – has a pivotal role in the global expansion projects. Whenever this concept is discussed, it is almost exclusively reduced to the Imperial Russia’s domination of less-stately countries in Central and Eastern Europe; the British exploration and colonization of territories in Africa and Asia; the French settlements in parts of the Caribbean Islands and Africa; the German experimentation in South-West Africa… CONTINUE READING
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