Lost Nationalism: Revolution, Memory and Anti-Colonial Resistance in Sudan


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Winner of the African Studies Association 2016 Bethwell A. Ogot Book Prize The 1924 Revolution was a watershed in Sudanese history, the first episode of anti-colonial resistance in which a nationalist ideology was explicitly used, and part of a global wave of anti-colonial movements after the First World War that can be seen as the "spring of the colonial nations". This detailed account of the uprising, and its eventual failure, explores the cosmopolitan nationalism embraced by the White Flag League, the movement that ...

Lost Nationalism: Revolution, Memory and Anti-colonial Resistance in Sudan 2015, James Currey, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781847011152