anticolonial

anticolonial

(ˌæntɪkəˈləʊnɪəl)
adj
opposed to colonialism
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The founder of the MCF, Fenner Brockway, was an indefatigable anticolonial campaigner, and was so both before and after the brief time in which anticolonialism was a popular political movement.
She notes some disturbing constants too, such as the fact that the indigenous population always seems to be homogenized and stereotyped, even in the anticolonial Un Barrage.
But attributing the questioning of colonialism exclusively to these Marxist-oriented militant organizations tells only part of the history of anticolonial struggles.
Rogers, writing in the Pittsburgh Courier, indicated that Freedomways had come at the "right time," and like Redding, noted Du Bois' early involvement with the magazine and its significant coverage of African anticolonial struggles.
Yet, this space also became the theatre for confronting colonial domination with tropes of anticolonial nationalism.
Rural insurgents were not inspired by the anticolonial ideology which motivated creole elites.
The second section treats the Japanese occupation of West Sumatra and the postwar revolution, also pointing out that the Minangkabau plans for the anticolonial military struggle differed significantly from those of the Republic's leaders in Java.
But, by that time, the Vietnamese anticolonial Marxist revolutionaries, Ho Chi Minh and Vo Nguyen Giap, were leading a nationalist and communist insurgency against the Japanese.
The Black Jacobins is considered a brilliant work and the definitive read about the Haitian revolution and the anticolonial movements of the 20th century.