What was the most important factor that led to the weakening of the British Empire in the interwar years?

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P- The growth of nationalism across the Empire

E-  As a result of WW1 many of the colonies became aware of western ideas and were influenced to want the same freedoms as others. The war also led to a desire to protect their religious, ethnic and cultural identity. Economic poverty in the colonies meant that people looked to blame the British Empire and nationalism was a way

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