History of War

THE CYPRUS EMERGENCY: A SOLDIER’S STORY

“THE BRITISH DEEPLY STRUGGLE TO RECONCILE THE FACT THAT THEIR EMPIRE INEVITABLY DECLINED. AS SUCH, MOST BRITONS ARE UNAWARE OF THE DECOLONISATION PERIOD”

The British have an ambiguous relationship with their imperial past. The effects of Britain’s global legacy are incalculable,

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