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A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969

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A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969. / Warson, Joanna.

Francophone Africa at fifty. ed. / Tony Chafer; Alexander Keese. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2013. p. 171-185.

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Harvard

Warson, J 2013, A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969. in T Chafer & A Keese (eds), Francophone Africa at fifty. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 171-185.

APA

Warson, J. (2013). A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969. In T. Chafer, & A. Keese (Eds.), Francophone Africa at fifty (pp. 171-185). Manchester University Press.

Vancouver

Warson J. A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969. In Chafer T, Keese A, editors, Francophone Africa at fifty. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 2013. p. 171-185

Author

Warson, Joanna. / A transnational decolonisation: Britain, France and the Rhodesian problem, 1965-1969. Francophone Africa at fifty. editor / Tony Chafer ; Alexander Keese. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2013. pp. 171-185

Bibtex

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