"Of the Highest Imperial Importance": British Strategic Priorities and the Politics of Colonial Bauxite, ca. 1916--ca. 1958

Andrew Perchard

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Abstract

This chapter looks at British strategic priorities and the politics of colonial bauxite, c.1915-c.1958
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAluminum Ore
Subtitle of host publicationThe Political Economy of the Global Bauxite Industry
EditorsRobin Gendron, Mats Ingulstad, Espen Storli
Place of PublicationVancouver
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sep 2013

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Keywords

  • imperial importance
  • British history
  • strategic priorities
  • twentieth century
  • state
  • society

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Perchard, A. (2013). "Of the Highest Imperial Importance": British Strategic Priorities and the Politics of Colonial Bauxite, ca. 1916--ca. 1958. In R. Gendron, M. Ingulstad, & E. Storli (Eds.), Aluminum Ore: The Political Economy of the Global Bauxite Industry Vancouver.