HI109 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sexual Revolution, Shortage, The European Dream

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Great Britain and Decolonization
The way we think about decolonization has changed.
Initial Imperial disengagement, 1945-1956
The British are mainly focused on their empire in India
Gandhi leads the way to independence
Two solutions are proposed
Not only is Britain losing India but also: the Middle East, the Caribbean and Africa
- After Indian and Pakistani independence, a path to a very dangerous division between
India and Pakistan was taken
- Muslim vs. Hinduism
2. Suez Crisis July 1956:
- The canal is the fastest way for the British to get to all other places in the world
- The leader of Egypt, Nassar, nationalises the canal.
- France, GB, and Israel attack in order to seize control
- The US sides with the Egyptians
3. A New World, 1957-
- Winds of change
Economic Integration and Pop Culture (Jarausch 19-20)
The European Union
- Which states have fully integrated into it, states that have some resistance to it
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