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Empireworld: How British Imperialism Has Shaped the Globe

World History
Hardback Published on: 25/01/2024
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Essential reading for understanding Britain’s effect on many of today’s global challenges
I’ll keep this review short and sweet, as I think it’s important to simply let the book speak for itself. Suffice to say that Sanghera’s follow up to Em... READ MORE
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Empireland examined imperialism's lasting impact on Britain. Empireworld traces the legacies of British empire across the globe. 2.6 billion people are inhabitants of former British colonies. The empire's influence upon the quarter of the planet it occupied, and its gravitational influence upon the world outside it, has been profound: from the spread of Christianity by missionaries to nearly 1 in 3 driving on the left side of the road, and even shaping the origins of international law. Yet Britain's idea of its imperial history and the world's experience of it are two very different things. ­­ In Empireworld, award-winning author and journalist, Sathnam Sanghera extends his examination of British imperial legacies beyond Britain. Travelling the globe to trace its international legacies - from Barbados and Mauritius to India and Nigeria and beyond - Sanghera demonstrates just how deeply British imperialism is baked into our world. And why it's time Britain was finally honest with itself about empire.

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241600412
  • Number of pages: 464
  • Weight: 700g
  • Dimensions: 238 x 152 x 50 mm

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