Great Britain: Foreign Policy and the Span of Empire, 1689-1971: A Documentary History - Vol. 4

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Volume IV

CONTENTS
INVOLVEMENT IN ASIA AND THE NEAR EAST
Gladstone, Speech on the Second China War, 18572729
Palmerston, Speech on the Second China War, 18572736
Account of Lord Elgin’s Mission to China, 18582744
Agreement with Egypt for the Purchase of Suez Canal Shares, 18752752
Commons Debate on the Purchase of Suez Canal Shares,18762753
Lords Debate on the Second Afghan War, 18792765
Roberts, Letter Defending His Actions during the Battle of Char-Asiab and at Kabul, 18802777
GOVERNOR EYRE CONTROVERSY
Commons Debate, 18662781
Testimony against Governor Eyre, 18682785
DEVELOPING SELF-GOVERNMENT AND THE DEFINITION OF FMPERIAL TIES
Lewis, Dispatch to the Governor of New Zealand on Military Assistance from the Home Government, 18602791
Bright, Speech on the British North America Bill, 18672793
British North America Act, 18672797
Royal Commission Report on the Defense of British Possessions and Commerce Abroad, 18822806
First Colonial Conference, Correspondence and Report, 1886-872810
Proceedings of the Colonial Conference, 18972820
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, 19002833

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page 2721
  • Contents 2723
  • Involvement in Asia and the near East 2729
  • Governor Eyre Controversy 2781
  • Developing Self-Government and the Definition of Imperial Ties 2791
  • Expansion into Africa 2857
  • Dissolution of the Empire 1914 - Present 2917
  • Dissolution of the Empire 1914 - Present 2919
  • Dissolution of the Ottoman Empire 2922
  • Formation of the British Commonwealth of Nations 2938
  • Movement toward Indian Independence 3014
  • Conflict in the Middle East 3103
  • The End of Empire 3199
  • Postwar Commonwealth Problems 3300
  • Principal Officials 3363
  • Bibliography 3373
  • Acknowledgment 3382
  • Index 3383
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