Great Britain: an Empire in Transition

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Great Britain: an Empire in Transition

By Albert Viton
Day, 1940
352 pp. $3.00

A penetrating, critical survey of the morphology, physiology and pathology of the British Empire, useful alike to general reader and student. Mr. Viton examines the political and economic relations of Britain not only to the Colonies, the Dominions, the Indian Empire and the British Mandates, but to the "Outer Empire" (e.g. Egypt, Tibet, the Portuguese Colonies) and the "Financial Empire" (e.g. Scandinavia).

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