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    Sentences forDecolonization

    • While European powers attempted to retain some or all of their colonial empires, their losses of prestige and resources during the war rendered this unsuccessful, leading to decolonisation.World War II-Wikipedia
    • His thought and revolution inspired many leaders and people on a global scale in Asia, Africa and Latin America during the decolonization movement which occurred after World War II.Ho Chi Minh-Wikipedia
    • UNIDO was established in 1966 by the UN General Assembly to promote and accelerate the industrialization of developing countries, which were emerging from decolonization in record numbers and with little to no industrial base.United Nations Industrial Development Organization-Wikipedia
    • Decolonization and the ongoing political relationship between Curaçao and the Netherlands have also been sites of tension.Curaçao-Wikipedia
    • Japan's victory against Russia would act as an antecedent for Asian countries in the fight against the Western powers for Decolonization.Imperialism-Wikipedia
    • The term New Commonwealth has been used in the UK (especially in the 1960s and 1970s) to refer to recently decolonised countries, predominantly non-white and developing.Commonwealth of Nations-Wikipedia

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