This much-needed study of the British Empire Exhibition reveals durable, persistent connections between empire and domestic society in Britain during the interwar years. It demonstrates that the Exhibition was a marker of how by 1924, imperial relations were increasingly likely to be shaped by forces located on the colonial periphery.
Daniel Stephen is Lecturer in History at University of Colorado Boulder, USA. His work has appeared in Twentieth Century British History and The Journal of British Studies.
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6 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 194 p. 6 illus.