Today we’re talking about best books on British colonialism that can get you initiated into the topic.
This history book reveals the origins, culminations and all that happened between of the British Empire from the perspective of the British.
Indian polymath Tharoor is a scholar of history, politics and culture and in this book, he plunges into the heart of the British colonization of India.
This is a comprehensive account on the history of British colonization, right from the entry of the East India Company into it to its transformation into a usurping power.
This is a collection of letters written by the simple, innocent and upbeat sister of India’s harshest governor general, George Eden.
As the title suggests, this book unpacks the systematic way in which European colonization destabilized Africa, reducing its rich and varied culture to europeanized life.
This book talks about the transformation of equatorial Africa in the hands of the British colony to rubble.
This classic comes from Bartolome de la Casas, the first and harshest critic of the Spanish colonialism.
This is a non fiction that is ginormous in its scope and information unpacked. It is a history of the humongous imperialist project of Britain.
Florentina was the wife of military man Robert Henry Sale. Thus, she had the opportunity to travel the world on his odysseys.