East of Suez and the Commonwealth 1964-1971: Dependent territories, Africa, economics, race
Stationery Office, 2004 - History - 673 pages
The main purpose of the British Documents on the End of Empire Project (BDEEP) is to publish documents from British official archives on the ending of colonial rule and the context in which this took place. This publication is the third of three volumes which relate to the years 1964 to 1971, during which period ten territories became independent and all but one (Aden) became new members of the Commonwealth. Issues considered include: British policy towards the dependent territories, including new material on the Falkland Islands and Hong Kong; as well as surveys of African policy, aid and trade issues, race and immigration.
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