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The article deals with contemporary approaches in historiography of the British Empire, especial attention paid to scientific perspectives of comparative researches of marginal and colonial policy of modern European empires, interrelations between parallel processes of formation of national identity and imperial building.

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Stanislav Gennadievich Malkin

Samara State Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities

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Email: s.g.malkin@mail.ru

candidate of historical sciences, associate professor of department of «World history and methodology of education»

443099, Russia, Samara, M.Gorky st., 65/67


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