European support for the opposition to closer union of the Rhodesias and Nyasaland, with special reference to the period from 1945-1953
Ross, Gavin Andrew
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This dissertation is a study of the interplay of Imperial, Colonial and Settler politics in support of, and in opposition to the establishment of a united white ruled central Africa. Accordingly, consideration of African involvement arises only as it affected the other groups. This is not in any way to belittle the significance of African activity in the period - activity which has been studied in depth by other authors - it is simply a consequence of the aspect of the problem I have chosen to address.