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English: Map of British decolonisation in Africa.
Date 1 November 2008 (original upload date)
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  • Brown, Judith (1998) The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume IV: The Twentieth Century (Oxford History of the British Empire), Oxford University Press, pp. p. 348
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