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自由的流亡者:永失美国与大英帝国的东山再起(上、下) 历史地理类;专著;索恩

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[美]马娅·亚桑诺夫(Maya Jasanoff) 马睿   社会科学文献出版社  2019-06 出版
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1783年11月的一天,最后一支英国部队撤出了纽约城,英国对美国的统治就此终结。心存忧虑,大约6万名保皇派人士决定离开家园,流亡他国,在大英帝国的其他地区重建他们已经支离破碎的生活。他们渡海航行到英国,加拿大、牙买加和巴哈马;有一些远及塞拉利昂和印度。不论他们到哪里,出走美国都是一个新的开始,这段航行将他们带到充满生机和未知的新世界。《自由的流亡者》第一次讲述了这段非同寻常的全球流亡——英国有史以来所面临的范围最广的难民危机。
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