Transnational Connections and Anti-Imperial Intentions of the League against Imperialism and for National Independence (1927 – 1937)

Fredrik Petersson

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The aim of this conference paper was to shed some light on the transnational connections of the sympathizing organization the League Against Imperialism and for National Independence (LAI) and its anti-imperial intentions, trying to act and function as a vocal petitioner against colonialism and imperialism in the interwar years. Other issues addressed were the LAI's public campaigns, and the continuation of anti-colonialism/imperialism as a social and political movement after the Second World War.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Title of host publicationGlobal Spaces and Radical Solidarity: Internationaler Willi Münzenberg Kongress
EditorsBernhard Bayerlein
Publication statusPublished - 2015
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventInternationaler Willi Münzenberg Kongress - Erster Internationaler Willi Münzenberg Kongress
Duration: 17 Sept 201519 Sept 2015


ConferenceInternationaler Willi Münzenberg Kongress

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