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Intelligence and British decolonisation : the development of an imperial intelligence system in the late colonial period 1944-1966
G. Davey
Published 2015
Geography
This thesis seeks to explain the development of an ‘imperial intelligence system’ connecting Whitehall and the colonies. The system had two roles; to collect information and process it into… 
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