4 edition of Britain and the revolt in Cyprus, 1954-1959 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -340) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS54.86 .H65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||99201312|
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This book provides a reconstruction of a major British decolonization. Charting the ‘inner history’ of a violent colonial Emergency, it provides a case-study of the dilemmas posed by the challenge of terrorism overseas after The book analyses the evolution of a political settlement which, almost uniquely in the British ‘end of empire’, slid beyond the United Kingdom's control.
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Cited by: Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus, by Holland, Robert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is the first in-depth reconstruction of a major British decolonization based fully on original documentation. Charting the `inner history' of a violent colonial Emergency, it provides a case-study of the dilemmas posed by the challenge of terrorism overseas after Robert Holland analyses the evolution of a political settlement which, almost uniquely in the British `end of empire.
Get this from a library. Britain and the revolt in Cyprus, [R F Holland] -- Based fully on original documentation, this is a reconstruction of a major British decolonization, providing a case study of the dilemmas posed by the challenge of terrorism overseas after and.
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It is essential reading for anybody interested in the response of policy makers to the challenge of 'terrorism' overseas afterthe liquidation of the British Empire, the breakdown of ethnic co-existence under intense pressure, and the effects of regional destabilization on.
Buy Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus by Holland, R. F., Holland, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. He considers the effects of the revolt on the politics of the surrounding region, particularly in relation to the emerging ethnic struggle between Greeks and Turks.
Nielsen Book Data) Subjects. Subject Decolonization > Cyprus. Cyprus > History > War for Union with Greece, Great Britain > Colonies > Asia. Bibliographic information. Britain and the Revolt in Cyprusby Robert Holland. Oxford: Clarendon Press, xi + pages.
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ISBN Novo, Andrew R. On all fronts: EOKA and the Cyprus insurgency, ( Thesis). University of Oxford. Durrell, Lawrence (), Bitter Lemons of Cyprus. London: Faber. ISBN ; External links. Cyprus Exhibit at National Army Museum.
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Oxford: Clarendon Press, Pp. xi +bibliography, index, illustrations. (cloth). This is a very welcome study, the first in English that makes extensive use of the British documents in the Public Record Office released under the year rule. It is. Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus, Clarendon Press.
ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Hadjistylianou, Michalis; Giorgos Ploutarhos (). "Οι δύο όψεις της ιστορίας για τους εκτελεσθέντες (The two views on the assassinations)". Simerini (in Greek). This chapter examines the aftermath of the Cyprus revolt against British colonial rule.
The active struggle between the British and the Ethnikí Orgánosis Kipriakoú Agónos (EOKA) officially ended in March The handling of the revolt highlighted the very nature and some of the flaws of British policy-making.
This chapter suggests that the British departure from Cyprus was not as. This book looks at the history of Cyprus and how it was conquered by Richard of England, “The Lionheart,” sold to the Knights Templar and sold again to Guy de Lusignan, a king without a land to rule.
The modern history of Cyprus has been chronicled in several books, including Robert Holland’s “Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus, ”. Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus by d, (Oxford University Press, ) Histories of the Hanged: Britain's Dirty War in Kenya and the.
This chapter examines the Cypriot government’s attempts to win the war of image and perception. Throughout the revolt, the government dealt with EOKA accusations of torture and war crimes.
The government’s strategy often tended toward repression, as demonstrated by two examples: an unwillingness to host an impartial inquiry and the decision.1. llides (author of Cyprus and the Governorship of Sir Ronald Storrs); and 2.
Robert Holland (author of Britain and the Revolt in Cyprus - ). My rating for volume 4, in its present form, is “two stars”. Ioannis Hatjantonas.