Британска Индија

британска владавина индијским потконтинентом од 1858. до 1947. године

Британска Индија је била део Британске империје. Појам је дефинасан у Акту британског парламента из 1889. године у коме се каже да се под термином Британска Индија подразумевају све територије под влашћу британског краљевског височанства преко генералног гувернера за Индију или неког другог службеника који је подређен генералном гувернеру Индије.

Застава Британске Индије
Британска Индија, 1909

Британски раж (од rāj, дословно, „управа“ на санскрту и хиндустанском језику)[1] била је владавина Британске круне на Индијском потконтиненту од 1858. до 1947.[2][3][4][5] Ова управа се такође назива владавина круне у Индији,[6] или директна владавина у Индији.[7] Регија под британском контролом често се називала Индија у савременој употреби, и обухватала је подручја под директном управом Уједињеног Краљевства, која су се заједнички звала Британска Индија, и подручја којима су владали домородачки владари, али под британским туторством или надредством, звана кнежевске државе. Регион се понекад називао Индијским царством, мада не и званично.[8]

РеференцеУреди

  1. ^ Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition, 1989: from Skr. rāj "to reign, rule", cognate with L. rēx, rēg-is, OIr. , rīg "king" (compare rich).
  2. ^ Oxford English Dictionary, 3rd edition (June 2008), on-line edition (September 2011): "spec. In full British Raj. Direct rule in India by the British (1858–1947); this period of dominion."
  3. ^ Stein, Burton (2010), A History of India, John Wiley & Sons, стр. 107, ISBN 978-1-4443-2351-1  Quote: "When the formal rule of the Company was replaced by the direct rule of the British Crown in 1858, […]"
  4. ^ Lowe, Lisa (2015), The Intimacies of Four Continents, Duke University Press, стр. 71, ISBN 978-0-8223-7564-7  Quote: "Company rule in India lasted effectively from the Battle of Plassey in 1757 until 1858, when following the 1857 Indian Rebellion, the British Crown assumed direct colonial rule of India in the new British Raj."
  5. ^ Wright, Edmund (2015), A Dictionary of World History, Oxford University Press, стр. 537, ISBN 978-0-19-968569-1  Quote: "More than 500 Indian kingdoms and principalities […] existed during the 'British Raj' period (1858–1947)".
  6. ^ Fair, C. Christine (2014), Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army's Way of War, Oxford University Press, стр. 61, ISBN 978-0-19-989270-9  Quote: "[…] by 1909 the Government of India, reflecting on 50 years of Crown rule after the rebellion, could boast that […]".
  7. ^ Glanville, Luke (2013), Sovereignty and the Responsibility to Protect: A New History, University of Chicago Press, стр. 120, ISBN 978-0-226-07708-6  Quote: "Mill, who was himself employed by the British East India company from the age of seventeen until the British government assumed direct rule over India in 1858."
  8. ^ Bowen, H. V.; Mancke, Elizabeth; Reid, John G. (2012), Britain's Oceanic Empire: Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds, C. 1550–1850, Cambridge University Press, стр. 106, ISBN 978-1-107-02014-6  Quote: "British India, meanwhile, was itself the powerful 'metropolis' of its own colonial empire, 'the Indian empire'."

ЛитератураУреди

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  • Wolpert, Stanley, ed. Encyclopedia of India (4 vol. 2005) comprehensive coverage by scholars
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Специјализоване темеУреди

  • Baker, David (1993), Colonialism in an Indian Hinterland: The Central Provinces, 1820–1920, Delhi: Oxford University Press. Pp. xiii, 374, ISBN 978-0-19-563049-7 
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  • Bayly, Christopher; Harper, Timothy (2007), Forgotten Wars: Freedom and Revolution in Southeast Asia, Harvard University Press, ISBN 978-0-674-02153-2, Приступљено 21. 9. 2013 
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  • Bose, Sudhindra (1916), Some Aspects of British Rule in India, Studies in the Social Sciences, V (1), Iowa City: The University, стр. 79—81 
  • Brown, Judith M. Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope (1991), scholarly biography
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  • Gopal, Sarvepalli (1953), The Viceroyalty of Lord Ripon, 1880–1884, Oxford U. Press, Приступљено 21. 2. 2012 
  • Gould, William (2004), Hindu Nationalism and the Language of Politics in Late Colonial India, Cambridge U. Press. Pp. 320 .
  • Grove, Richard H. (2007), „The Great El Nino of 1789–93 and its Global Consequences: Reconstructing an Extreme Climate Even in World Environmental History”, The Medieval History Journal, 10 (1&2): 75—98, S2CID 162783898, doi:10.1177/097194580701000203, hdl:1885/51009  
  • Hall-Matthews, David (новембар 2008), „Inaccurate Conceptions: Disputed Measures of Nutritional Needs and Famine Deaths in Colonial India”, Modern Asian Studies, 42 (6): 1189—1212, doi:10.1017/S0026749X07002892 
  • Headrick, Daniel R. (1988), The tentacles of progress: technology transfer in the age of imperialism, 1850–1940 
  • Hyam, Ronald (2007), Britain's Declining Empire: The Road to Decolonisation, 1918–1968, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-86649-1 
  • Imperial Gazetteer of India vol. III (1907), The Indian Empire, Economic (Chapter X: Famine), pp. 475–502, Published under the authority of His Majesty's Secretary of State for India in Council, Oxford at the Clarendon Press. Pp. xxx, 1 map, 552. 
  • The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume IV: The Indian Empire, Administrative, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1909 
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  • Klein, Ira (јул 2000), „Materialism, Mutiny and Modernization in British India”, Modern Asian Studies, 34 (3): 545—80, JSTOR 313141, doi:10.1017/S0026749X00003656 
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  • Metcalf, Thomas R. (1997), Ideologies of the Raj, Cambridge University Press, Pp. 256, ISBN 978-0-521-58937-6 
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  • Raghavan, Srinath. India's War: World War II and the Making of Modern South Asia (2016). wide-ranging scholarly survey excerpt
  • Rai, Lajpat (2008), England's Debt to India: A Historical Narrative of Britain's Fiscal Policy in India, BiblioBazaar, LLC, стр. 263—281, ISBN 978-0-559-80001-6 
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  • Ramusack, Barbara (2004), The Indian Princes and their States (The New Cambridge History of India), Cambridge University Press. Pp. 324, ISBN 978-0-521-03989-5 
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  • Riddick, John F. Who Was Who in British India (1998); 5000 entries excerpt
  • Shaikh, Farzana (1989), Community and Consensus in Islam: Muslim Representation in Colonial India, 1860–1947, Cambridge University Press. Pp. 272., ISBN 978-0-521-36328-0 .
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Економска и социјална историјаУреди

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Историографија и сећањеУреди

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