Black Edwardians: Black People in Britain 1901-1914 by Jeffrey Green

By Jeffrey Green

This examine unearths the presence of black humans in all walks of lifestyles everywhere in the British Isles on the peak of the imperialist period - demanding traditional perspectives on imperialism, racism and British social background. Historians of British society have principally missed this such a lot seen of minorities, and commentators on racism were silent at the period.

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