“Imperial Policing”: Army and “Revolutionary Movements” in the British Empire (1919—1939)
“Imperial Policing”: Army and “Revolutionary Movements” in the British Empire (1919—1939)
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S207987840002375-1-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002375-1-1
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Article
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Authors
Stanislav Malkin 
Affiliation: Samara State University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Samara
Abstract
In the article methodological features of studying army’s role as colonial institute of the British Empire during the interwar period are considered. The main views of general Charles Gwynn as most prominent representative of “imperial school” of a military thought of this time on the “revolutionary movements” problem in the colonies and other dependent territories are analyzed. Special attention is paid to the political context of the similar treatises emergence reflecting bureaucratic logic of the army in the crisis conditions of the British Empire in general.
Keywords
British Empire, army, “revolutionary movements”, “Imperial Policing”, Charles Gwynn
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12.05.2018
Publication date
31.08.2018
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