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Canada and the End of the Imperial Dream: Beverley Baxters Reports from London Through War and Peace, 1936-1960

Canada and the End of the Imperial Dream: Beverley Baxters Reports from London Through War and Peace, 1936-1960

Decades after political independence, Britains cultural influence on the Canadian population remained strong. Beverly Baxter, a Canadian-born journalist and British politician, reinforced this imperial connection through his…


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Publication Date: May 30, 2013 Decades after political independence, Britain's cultural influence on the Canadian 5 remained 5 />Beverly Baxter, a 5 5 and British politician, reinforced this imperial connection through his semi-monthly column in Maclean's magazine called, simply, London Letters.
Six hundred of these widely read and deeply influential articles were published from 1936 to 1960, becoming the most important Canadian source of information on British politics, culture, and society of their time.
More than the story of Baxter himself, this stylishly written account provides new insights into a по этому сообщению era in Canadian history.
по этой 5 an imperial vision.
His vivid and opinionated column reported on crucial international events-from the victory over Germany in 1945 to the Suez crisis-amidst a backdrop of rising global superpowers.
Accompanied by rare archival images, Canada and the End of the Imperial Dream is a history of politics, war, imperial and international relations, culture, and the personalities that moved the world in the troubled middle years of the twentieth century.
About the Author Neville Thompson is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Western Ontario, where he taught modern British and European history.
He was previously a faculty member at Huron University 5 and 5 University.
A specialist in the political, продолжить чтение, and imperial history of modern Britain, he is the 5 of Earl Bathurst and the British Empire, Wellington after Waterloo, and The Anti-Appeasers.

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