Empire, Race and War in Pre-1914 Britain

Michael Howard on the culture of imperial Britain in the face of international competition in the economic and military spheres.

  • This article is taken from a collection of essays in honour of Hugh Trevor-Roper, Michael Howard's predecessor as Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford. The collection, History and Imagination, is jointly edited by Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Valerie Pearl and Blair Worden and is published by Duckworth in the United Kingdom and Holmes and Meier in the United States.

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