The War Years, 1936–1945
This chapter discusses how a changed political landscape in the colonies, along with shifts in British thinking, weakened the ethos of colonial authority. It considers the influence of policies of South Africa and the United States. It argues that of the wartime manifestations of the Anglo-American alliance which had repercussions for British anticolonialists, the most immediate and far reaching in its effect was the Atlantic Charter of 1942.
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