End of Empire in French West Africa France's Successful Decolonization?
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Description: This title explores the process of decolonization of France's largest colony, French West Africa. The author challenges the traditional dichotomy between imperial and colonial history, and asks if successful decolonisation happened largely by accident.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional
Publication date: 6/1/2002
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Tony Chafer is Professor of Contemporary French Studies at the University of Portsmouth and Director of its Centre for European and International Studies Research
|List of Figures|
|Prelude to Decolonization: the Popular Front and the Second World War|
|New Political Context 1944-6|
|'decolonization through Assimilation': the Struggle for Emancipation, 1946-50|
|Building the Nationalist Movement 1950-6: the Trade Union, Student and Youth Movements|
|Policy and Politics 1950-6|
|The Loi-Cadre and the 'balkanization' of French West Africa, 1956-60|
|Nationalist Politics and the Campaign for Independence, 1957-60|
|Conclusion: Decolonization and the French Colonial Legacy|