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Gifford, J.

(2013)

Extracting the Best Deal for Britain: The Assassination of Sir Lee Stack in November 1924 and the Revision of Britain's Nile Valley Policy,

in Canadian Journal of History

48

(1)

pp. 87-114

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Key Research Interests

Jayne Gifford received her PhD in Imperial History from the University of the West of England in 2011 and is currently a Lecturer in Modern History in the School of History, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom. Her main research interest is in Britain’s imperial relations during the inter war period, particularly the Middle East and the development of nationalism. She has most recently worked on Anglo-Australian relations prior to and during the Second World War. She is also interested in the field of colonial violence.