Canada and the End of Empire

Canada and the End of Empire

Book - 2005
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the country, US foreign policy and the end of empire in Canada, the reasons for the decline of Anglo-Canadian trade relations in the 1960s, the history and social studies curricula of Alberta and Ontario at the end of empire, Canadian high culture and the end of empire, the 1964 debate over the adoption of the maple leaf flag, and the Royal Canadian Navy's search for identity in the period 1910-1968. Distributed in the US by the U. of Washington Press. Annotation 2004 Book News,
Collectively emphasizing the importance of British imperial history to the Canadian experience, the 18 papers presented here by Buckner (emeritus, history, U. of New Brunswick, Canada and senior research fellow, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, U. of London, UK) explore different facets of the way Canadians responded to the end of the British Empire. Topics include treatment of the 1956 Suez Crisis in the Canadian press, Canadian government motivations for Queen Elizabeth's 1959 tour of
Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, c2005
ISBN: 0774809159
Branch Call Number: 971.06 CAN
Characteristics: vi, 328 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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