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Colonial Africa
The Anglo Boer War Museum (includes chronology, photos, and more) (Bloemfontein, South Africa)
The Anglo-Zulu War (articles and images on the conflict, as well as on Zulu culture) (Ian Knight)
The Earl of Cromer Why Britain Acquired Egypt in 1882 (1908) (e-text, within Fordham U.'s Internet Modern History Sourcebook) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
British Imperialism in Nigeria: Colonial Rule in Western Niger Delta (documents) (Urhobo Historical SOciety)
Queen Victoria's Empire: The Scramble for Africa (virtual exhibit within the companion site to PBS's Empires series) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Colonial India
The First Anglo-Afghan War (article on causes, followed by articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
Manas: Primary Documents for the Study of Indian HIstory, 1890-2000 (bibliiographies, arranged by topic) (Vinay Lal, U. California, Los Angeles)
Sudheer Birodkar Hindu History: The British Come to Rule India and the Return of Indian Sovereignty (historical overview, including images)
British Voices in South Asia (virtual exhibit on colonial India, including articles and images, arranged by topic) (Rosan Augusta Jordan and Frank de Caro, Louisiana State U.)
Edmund Burke "Speech in Commons on India, 1783" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Robert Clive "Speech in Commons on India, 1772" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Colonial India (extensive set of links, arranged by topic) (U. California, Berkeley)
Digital Colonial Documents (multi-institutional project aimed at virtual archive of colonial documents; site still under construction, but numerous items online) (La Trobe U.)
Colonial India, Gandhi, and Eventual Independence (overview, links to texts and images; part of the Postcolonial Literary Dialogues web site at Western Michigan U.) (Josh Zuiderveen)
John Hobson "Imperialism" (1902) (economics article, within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Thomas Babington Macaulay, "On Empire and Education" (selections) (Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U. / Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
George Macauley Minute on Indian Education (1835) 
Robert Clive "The Battle of Plassey, 1757" (within the Internet Modern History Sourcebook at Fordham U.) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Queen Victoria's Empire: Passage to India (virtual exhibit within PBS's Empires series companion site) (Public Broadcasting Service)
Digital South Asia Library: Statistics (statistics for British colonial India) (U. Chicago)
Trading Places: The East India Company & Asia, 1600-1834 (virtual exhibit) (the British Libray, London)
Victorian and Pre-Victorian Colonial India: An Overview (articles, primary sources, including literature) (Victorian Web)
Queen Victoria's Empire (virtual exhibits, including sections on colonial policies in India and Africa) (Public Broadcasting Service)

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