By Geraint Thomas,Laura Beers
Brave New global reappraises the family and imperial background of england within the interwar interval, investigating how ‘nation development’ was once given renewed impetus through the upheavals of WWI. The essays during this assortment tackle how new applied sciences and techniques to governance have been used to forge new nationwide identities either at domestic and within the empire, overlaying quite a lot of matters from the illustration of empire on movie to the convergence of politics and ‘star culture’.
The e-book is a useful source for students of British social, political and imperial background, in addition to being of curiosity to the final reader.
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Brave New World: Imperial and Democratic Nation-Building in Britain between the Wars by Geraint Thomas,Laura Beers