Protectorate Cyprus

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List of Figures, INTRODUCTION, THEME I: "A duty to protect and improve", Chapter One: British informal influence in Ottoman Cyprus, Strategy and the "good government" argument, British consuls in Cyprus before 1878, Chapter Two: Britons and Cyprus in 1878, Cyprus in the British imagination, Photographers, Visions of wealth, Cyprus and the British Museum, Chapter Three: The beginnings of British Cyprus, Sir Garnet Wolseley, first High Commissioner of Cyprus, Wolseley's men, Chapter Four: The foundations of "good government", Representative government and the court system, The reform of the Zaptiehs, Public works and the problem of the tribute, Imperial maps and land tenure, Chapter Five: Governing the plural society, Defining the plural society on Cyprus, The plural society after 1878, Politics in Turkish and Greek schools, THEME II: "A RICH REWARD TO CAPITALISTS AND LABOUR", Chapter Six: Revenue for the Empire, Commerce and trade before 1878, The colonies as Imperial resource: Commerce and trade after 1878, The Cyprus wine trade, Chapter Seven: Sanitation, reforestation, and colonial science, Sanitation and the problem of disease, The problems of locusts and goats, Reforestation and the botanical experts, Chapter Eight: Cyprus as Imperial Estate, Cyprus development and Colonial Office cooperation, Walter Sendall and Cyprus development, THEME III: THE MANTLE OF BRITISHNESS, Chapter Nine: Britishness in Cyprus, Britishness in Ottoman Cyprus, British women in Cyprus, Religion, missions, and social progress

Protectorate Cyprus

British Imperial Power Before WWI

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Cyprus was crucial to British imperial ambitions in the East as the Ottoman Empire became increasingly fragile in the nineteenth century. This title assesses education and labour policy, agriculture, harbour development and tourism and demonstrates the impact of British colonialism on the Cypriot population.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

17.02.2015

Verlag

Tauris, I.B.

Seitenzahl

384

Maße (L/B/H)

21.3/13.7/1.5 cm

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Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

17.02.2015

Verlag

Tauris, I.B.

Seitenzahl

384

Maße (L/B/H)

21.3/13.7/1.5 cm

Gewicht

638 g

Reihe

International Library of Colon

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-78076-114-5

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  • Protectorate Cyprus
  • List of Figures, INTRODUCTION, THEME I: "A duty to protect and improve", Chapter One: British informal influence in Ottoman Cyprus, Strategy and the "good government" argument, British consuls in Cyprus before 1878, Chapter Two: Britons and Cyprus in 1878, Cyprus in the British imagination, Photographers, Visions of wealth, Cyprus and the British Museum, Chapter Three: The beginnings of British Cyprus, Sir Garnet Wolseley, first High Commissioner of Cyprus, Wolseley's men, Chapter Four: The foundations of "good government", Representative government and the court system, The reform of the Zaptiehs, Public works and the problem of the tribute, Imperial maps and land tenure, Chapter Five: Governing the plural society, Defining the plural society on Cyprus, The plural society after 1878, Politics in Turkish and Greek schools, THEME II: "A RICH REWARD TO CAPITALISTS AND LABOUR", Chapter Six: Revenue for the Empire, Commerce and trade before 1878, The colonies as Imperial resource: Commerce and trade after 1878, The Cyprus wine trade, Chapter Seven: Sanitation, reforestation, and colonial science, Sanitation and the problem of disease, The problems of locusts and goats, Reforestation and the botanical experts, Chapter Eight: Cyprus as Imperial Estate, Cyprus development and Colonial Office cooperation, Walter Sendall and Cyprus development, THEME III: THE MANTLE OF BRITISHNESS, Chapter Nine: Britishness in Cyprus, Britishness in Ottoman Cyprus, British women in Cyprus, Religion, missions, and social progress