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Lindsay J. Proudfoot and Dianne P. Hall

–36. 24 Surveyed in L. Harte and Y. Whelan (eds), Ireland Beyond Boundaries. Mapping Irish Studies in the Twenty-first Century (London, 2007), passim . 25 J. Belchem, ‘The Irish Diaspora: The Complexities of Mass Migration’, Przeglad Polonijny , Vol. 31, No. 1 (2005), pp. 87–98; K. Kenny

in Imperial spaces
Distance, perspective and an ‘inclusive nationhood’
Mary Chamberlain

attainable goal, and engaging in politics a feasible ambition. It was no coincidence that after the mass migrations of the early twentieth century there was a marked increase in levels of political activity, both formal and informal. 19 Bonham Richardson has pointed out that the reverberations of the Panama migration in Barbados amounted to a social revolution, 20 a sentiment echoed by Winston James

in Empire and nation-building in the Caribbean
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The Scottish military tradition in decline
Stuart Allan

and riots during a police strike, 1st RSF was deployed briefly on internal security operations in support of the civil authorities. The following year, in the midst of the mass migrations and communal violence which accompanied the approach of partition, 1st RSF helped to run refugee camps and formed the escort for two convoys of open-topped buses despatched hundreds of miles from Delhi to

in Scotland, empire and decolonisation in the twentieth century
Panikos Panayi

world. At the same time as the mass migration initially identified by German commentators during the nineteenth century emerged, so did a simultaneous stream of elite migration based on networks. It is important to stress the uniqueness of the Germans in India. They certainly resemble other German communities which emerged in the British Empire, including those in Australia, New Zealand and parts

in The Germans in India