Party Politics and Decolonization: The Conservative Party and British Colonial Policy in Tropical Africa, 1951-1964

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Abbreviations

indicates departmental papers held by the Public Record Office, Kew

+ indicates papers from the Conservative party archives held in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. The author was also granted special permission to consult the minutes of the 1922 Committee from 1951 to 1959, which are, held in the party archives but are not generally available.

ANC African National Congress
BBK Papers of Lord Beaverbrook, House of Lords Record
Office, London
BD Papers of Sir John Biggs-Davison, House of Lords
Record Office, London
BP Papers of Sir Michael Blundell, Rhodes House Library,
Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 746 (followed by box, file, and
folio number)
BSA British South Africa
BT Board of Trade
CAB Cabinet Minutes and Papers
CAC Commonwealth Affairs Committee Minutes+
CAS Capricorn Africa Society
CCO Conservative Central Office Records +
CCOC Conservative Commonwealth and Overseas Council
Papers+
CDC Colonial Development Corporation
CO Colonial Office+
CONAKAT Confédération des Associations Tribales du Katanga
CPA Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
CPC Colonial Policy Committee
CPP Convention People's party (Gold Coast)
CRD Conservative Research Department Records+
CRO Commonwealth Relations Office
DO Dominions (later Commonwealth Relations) Office
EIA Papers of the Empire (later Commonwealth) Industries
Association

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