The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Volume 2

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John Holland Rose
CUP Archive, 1929 - Commonwealth countries
 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
3
Dual character of the Empire by 1870
14
the analogy of Greece
22
Lord Kimberley as Colonial Secretary
33
West Africa and East Africa 18714
39
British and French adjustments in West
46
PAGE
53
xvii
65
The old Liberal view
345
Philanthropic imperialism Shades of opinion
354
Chamberlain Milner and Kruger
361
Milners reconstruction
367
The Zulu Rebellion of 1906
373
THE EMERGENCE OF TWENTIETHCENTURY ISSUES IN THE INDIGENOUS COLONIAL
379
Protectorates under the Foreign Office
386
British West Africa 18951914
392

Livingstone
71
Stanley and the Congo project
79
PAGE
86
The white mans grave
92
INTERNATIONAL RIVALRY 18851895
95
The Treaty of San Stefano
97
negotiations with the Amir
103
Lord Lyttons policy
109
CHAPTER V
127
the touchstone of Ireland
133
Party differences over Bechuanaland
141
PROBLEMS OF INDIAN SECURITY
145
UNIONISM AND IMPERIALISM
156
The Chartered Company denounced by the philanthropists
174
143
197
The direction of British imports
208
CHAPTER VII
230
The Navy and the Australian colonies the Western Pacific
240
Mediterranean strategy in the 1890s
253
ucmpts to embroil England in the Roll
258
Small wars of the 1890s
266
Rosebery at the Foreign Office
271
CHAPTER IX
293
Preliminaries of the Washington Treaty
302
the arbitration award
320
Cocoa palmoil The Colonial Office preserves peasant economy
394
DOMINION NATIONALISM AND THE EMERGENT COMMONWEALTH
397
Australia New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
403
Occasion of calling the first Colonial Conference 1887
409
Plans for further conferences
430
The Imperial Conference becomes an institution
438
The Imperial Department of Agriculture
471
BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY AND COLONIAL
512
The AngloJapanese alliance 1902
529
The Entente Cordiale
535
Recognition of revolutionary governments
688
CHAPTER XIX
711
Governors and their instructions
752
Relations with the Treasury and the War Office
758
Secretaries and permanent officials in the twentieth century
769
Its development 182754
771
INDEX
776
381
779
By G S GRAHAM M A Rhodes Professor of Imperial
791
181
800
CHAPTER VI
836
FINANCE TRADE AND COMMUNICATIONS
865
her trade in the 1800s
906
Reform of the Civil Service 18479
910
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