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by Michael D. Callahan

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Michael D. Callahan
ISBN: 1902210239
ISBN13: 978-1902210230
Language: English
Publisher: Sussex Academic Press (November 1, 1999)
Pages: 300
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Mandates and Empire book. This book compares the impact of the League of Nations mandates system on British and French rule in the African mandated territories.

Mandates and Empire book. It examines the mandates system with particular attention to international relations as well as to national politics, the activities of pressure groups, and the bureaucracies of the two largest overseas empires.

Notable exceptions include M. Callahan, Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa, 1914–1931 (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 1999) and A Sacred Trust: The League of Nations and Africa, 1929–1946 (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2004);Google Scholar. S. Pedersen, ‘The Meaning of the Mandates System: An Argument’, Geschichte und Gesellschaft (vol. 32, no. 4, 2006), pp. 560–582; andGoogle Scholar. F. Cooper: Decolonization and African Society: The Labor Question in French and British Africa (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996).

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The Journal of African History.

A League of Nations mandate was a legal status for certain territories transferred from the control of one country to another following World War I, or the legal instruments that contained the internationally agreed-upon terms for administering the . .

A League of Nations mandate was a legal status for certain territories transferred from the control of one country to another following World War I, or the legal instruments that contained the internationally agreed-upon terms for administering the territory on behalf of the League of Nations. These were of the nature of both a treaty and a constitution, which contained minority rights clauses that provided for the rights of petition and adjudication by the International Court.

The League of Nations and Africa, 1914-1931.

Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa, 1914-1931. With the outbreak of war in 1914, an estimated 30,000 German civilians in African and Asian colonies were violently uprooted and imprisoned. Britain's First World War internment of German settlers seriously challenged the structures that underpinned nineteenth-century imperialism. Through its analysis of this internment, this book highlights the impact that the First World War had on the notion. of a common European 'civilising mission' and the image of empire in the early twentieth century.

Michael Callahan, Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa 1914-1931 (Sussex Academic Press, 2008) and Michael Callahan, A Sacred Trust: The League of Nations and Africa, 1929-1946.

Michael Callahan, Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa 1914-1931 (Sussex Academic Press, 2008) and Michael Callahan, A Sacred Trust: The League of Nations and Africa, 1929-1946 (Sussex Academic Press, 2004).

The mandate system of the League of Nations introduced a new level of international oversight to European .

The mandate system of the League of Nations introduced a new level of international oversight to European colonialism in Africa. Focusing on the 1930s, Michael Callahan's new study examines the operation and influence of this innovation on imperialism. It carries forward the analysis he began in his earlier book, Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa, 1914-1931 (1999). Callahan argues that the mandate system provided a significant force for the reform and of Anglo-French colonialism

Mandates and Empire: The League of Nations and Africa, 1914-1931. Eastbourne: Sussex Academic Press, 2008. The League of Nations: The Controversial History of the Failed Organization that Preceded the United Nations. Create Space Independent Publishing, 2016.

This book compares the impact of the League of Nations mandates system on British and French rule in the African mandated territories. It examines the mandates system with particular attention to international relations as well as to national politics, the activities of pressure groups, and the bureaucracies of the two largest overseas empires. It notes that the mandates system not only reflected the changing face of European colonialism, but also played a transforming role in its operation by influencing the economic, political, and cultural lives of Africans and Europeans within the mandated territories. The system led to the development of policies that transformed the relations between Europeans and Africans, and changed the way in which the colonial state exercised power within the mandated territories. The book studies developments in international law, international organization, and the powers of the Permanent Mandates Commission.

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