戦間期のフランス帝国<br>The French Empire between the Wars : Imperialism, Politics and Society (Studies in Imperialism)

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戦間期のフランス帝国
The French Empire between the Wars : Imperialism, Politics and Society (Studies in Imperialism)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 408 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780719077555
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2005.

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By considering the distinctiveness of the inter-war years as a discrete period of colonial change, this book addresses several larger issues, such as tracing the origins of decolonization in the rise of colonial nationalism, and a re-assessment of the impact of inter-war colonial rebellions in Africa, Syria and Indochina. The book also connects French theories of colonial governance to the lived experience of colonial rule in a period scarred by war and economic dislocation. -- .

Table of Contents

List of maps and tables                            vii
General editor's introduction viii
Preface and acknowledgements x
List of abbreviations xiii
Glossary of terms xv
Introduction: France's inter-war empire: a 1
framework for analysis
Part I The setting: politics and colonial
administration after the First World War
1 Consolidation and expansion: the French 17
empire after the First World War
2 Colonial planning and administrative 54
practice
Part II An empire for the masses? Economy,
colonial society and popular imperialism
3 The empire and the French economy: 93
complementarity or divorce?
4 Colonial economic demands and urban 125
development in North Africa
5 Women and colonialism and colonial 151
education
6 'Thinking imperially'? Popular 185
imperialism in France
Part III An empire in trouble: opposition,
revolt and war
7 An empire in revolt? The Rif war, the 211
Syrian rebellion, Yen Bay and the Kongo Wara
8 Anti-colonial nationalism: the examples 245
of Algeria and Tunisia
9 Reform frustrated: the Popular Front 277
experiment and the French empire
10 Approaching war: the empire and 312
international crisis in the 1930's
Conclusion: Prelude to decolonisation? The 347
inter-war empire revisited
Bibliography 356
Index 395