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Why The European Empires Gave Up Their Colonies After Ww2

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Why The European Empires Gave Up Their Colonies After Ww2
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Colonialism Politics Humanities Sovereignty Cultural geography International relations theory Decolonization Nationalism Colonisation of Africa British Empire Colonial troops Empire
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Colonialism Politics Humanities Sovereignty Cultural geography International relations theory Decolonization Nationalism Colonisation of Africa British Empire Colonial troops Empire
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With the Portuguese withdrawal from their African colonies in 1975, the colonial empires were virtually over. At the end of World War II, two developments placed the question of colonialism and whether it could continue at the heart of European concerns. The first was the success of anti colonial nationalists in South and Southeast Asia ("Monsoon Asia") and the Middle East, who confronted their colonizers with demands for immediate independence. The second was the new shape of world power politics that emerged from World War II, namely the Cold War and the sharp decline in the influence of Europe's colonial powers. The first development produced a cascade of independence days across colonized Asia between 1947 and 1949, which spread throughout the third world colonies, events ...
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