The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History articles

Volume 45 (5)

Money, Banking and Rhodesia’s Unilateral Declaration of Independence
vol. 45 (5): 746-776
Money, Banking and Rhodesia’s Unilateral Declaration of Independence
vol. 45 (5): 746-776
Big Business and White Insecurities at the End of Empire in Southern Africa, c.1961–1977
vol. 45 (5): 777-799
Big Business and White Insecurities at the End of Empire in Southern Africa, c.1961–1977
vol. 45 (5): 777-799
Tanzania and the 1976 Anglo-American Initiative for Rhodesia
vol. 45 (5): 800-822
Tanzania and the 1976 Anglo-American Initiative for Rhodesia
vol. 45 (5): 800-822
The Anglo-American and Commonwealth Negotiations for a Zimbabwean Settlement between Geneva and Lancaster, 1977–1979
vol. 45 (5): 823-843
The Anglo-American and Commonwealth Negotiations for a Zimbabwean Settlement between Geneva and Lancaster, 1977–1979
vol. 45 (5): 823-843
Race and Policy: Britain, Zimbabwe and the Lancaster House Land Deal
vol. 45 (5): 844-867
Race and Policy: Britain, Zimbabwe and the Lancaster House Land Deal
vol. 45 (5): 844-867
Notes on Contributors
vol. 45 (5): 868-869
Notes on Contributors
vol. 45 (5): 868-869

Volume 45 (4)

From the Andes to the Outback: Acclimatising Alpacas in the British Empire
vol. 45 (4): 551-579
From the Andes to the Outback: Acclimatising Alpacas in the British Empire
vol. 45 (4): 551-579
‘Poor South Africa! Will No Nice English People Ever Come Out Here?’ The South African Constabulary of the Anglo-Boer War
vol. 45 (4): 580-606
‘Poor South Africa! Will No Nice English People Ever Come Out Here?’ The South African Constabulary of the Anglo-Boer War
vol. 45 (4): 580-606
Citizens of Empire: Education and Teacher Exchanges in Canada and the Commonwealth, 1910–40
vol. 45 (4): 607-629
Citizens of Empire: Education and Teacher Exchanges in Canada and the Commonwealth, 1910–40
vol. 45 (4): 607-629
The Battle of Sha’iba, 1915: Ottomanism, British Imperialism and Shia Religious Activism during the Mesopotamian Campaign
vol. 45 (4): 630-651
The Battle of Sha’iba, 1915: Ottomanism, British Imperialism and Shia Religious Activism during the Mesopotamian Campaign
vol. 45 (4): 630-651
A Technocratic Vision of Empire: Lord Montagu and the Origins of British Air Power
vol. 45 (4): 652-671
A Technocratic Vision of Empire: Lord Montagu and the Origins of British Air Power
vol. 45 (4): 652-671
Imperial Outposts and the War Beyond: Singapore, Hong Kong and the British Empire’s Land Force Contribution to the Korean War
vol. 45 (4): 672-696
Imperial Outposts and the War Beyond: Singapore, Hong Kong and the British Empire’s Land Force Contribution to the Korean War
vol. 45 (4): 672-696
‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide
vol. 45 (4): 697-719
‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide
vol. 45 (4): 697-719

Volume 45 (3)

Special Days of Worship and National Religion in the Australian Colonies, 1790–c. 1914
vol. 45 (3): 365-390
Special Days of Worship and National Religion in the Australian Colonies, 1790–c. 1914
vol. 45 (3): 365-390
Union Jack or Yellow Jack? Smallpox, Sailors, Settlers and Sovereignty
vol. 45 (3): 391-415
Union Jack or Yellow Jack? Smallpox, Sailors, Settlers and Sovereignty
vol. 45 (3): 391-415
The Language of Imperialism in British Electoral Politics, 1880–1910
vol. 45 (3): 416-448
The Language of Imperialism in British Electoral Politics, 1880–1910
vol. 45 (3): 416-448
The Challenge to ‘Informal’ Empire: Argentina, Chile and British Policy-Makers in the Immediate Aftermath of the First World War
vol. 45 (3): 449-474
The Challenge to ‘Informal’ Empire: Argentina, Chile and British Policy-Makers in the Immediate Aftermath of the First World War
vol. 45 (3): 449-474
Troubled Traditions: Female Adaptive Education in British Colonial Africa
vol. 45 (3): 475-505
Troubled Traditions: Female Adaptive Education in British Colonial Africa
vol. 45 (3): 475-505
Indigenous Exceptionalism under Fire: Assessing Indigenous Soldiers in Combat with the Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and American Armies during the Second World War
vol. 45 (3): 506-524
Indigenous Exceptionalism under Fire: Assessing Indigenous Soldiers in Combat with the Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and American Armies during the Second World War
vol. 45 (3): 506-524
Defending Empire at the United Nations: The Politics of International Colonial Oversight in the Era of Decolonisation
vol. 45 (3): 525-549
Defending Empire at the United Nations: The Politics of International Colonial Oversight in the Era of Decolonisation
vol. 45 (3): 525-549