Sources Criticising the British Empire

Imperial Problems

European Foreign Ministers scrutinize an "imperial" version of the giant water lily named after Victoria, muttering, "Big, certainly, but a bit battered round the edges." It refers to all the imperial problems Britain was suffering in the late Nineteenth Century with wars and strife being constant companions to the ever larger Empire.

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by Stephen Luscombe