the cambridge history of the british empire, Band 4

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CHAPTER I
1
DOMINION NATIONALISM AND THE EMERGENT COMMONWEALTH
4
The AngloRussian agreement and its effects
7
Dual character of the Empire by 1870
11
CHAPTER XI
15
CHAPTER II
17
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23
The diplomatic isolation of England Salisburys effort to regain German
25
The American Tariff
301
the arbitration award
320
CHAPTER X
339
Emotional background of the new Imperialism
354
The representative principle in India the West Indies Ceylon
386
British West Africa 18951914
392
Cocoa palmoil The Colonial Office preserves peasant economy
394
The Imperial Department of Agriculture
400

The Barbados unrest of 1876
28
Lord Kimberley as Colonial Secretary
33
West Africa and East Africa 18714
39
The Partition of Africa 26
44
British and French adjustments in West Africa
46
His despatch on federation
50
xiii
51
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53
Bartle Freres mission
57
Lord Kimberley and the selfgoverning colonies
65
Camerons explorations
71
Problems of the West African Trade
78
xxi
83
Portuguese Africa the Congo Basin the Lower Niger
86
The white mans grave
92
The Treaty of San Stefano
97
Beginnings of a struggle for interests outside Europe
103
Gladstone and the Dual Control in Egypt
109
DOMESTIC FACTORS IN IMPERIAL POLICY
131
Basutoland
137
Queenslands attempted annexation of New Guinea
143
PROBLEMS OF INDIAN SECURITY
145
Gladstones intentions in Egypt
156
The Irish issue and its effect on the Imperialists
162
The Chartered Company denounced by the philanthropists
174
colonial policy in the early 1890s
185
AngloGerman naval rivalry
188
CHAPTER VII
230
The Navy and the Australian colonies the Western Pacific
240
Naval rivalry in the 1880s
253
The Heligoland agreement over East Africa
262
The Army under Lord Wolseley
266
of alliances
269
Consequences of Bismarcks fall 1890
270
Rosebery at the Foreign Office
276
Colonial rivalry between Britain and Germany
282
German criticism of Rosebery
288
The negotiation and reception of the Treaty
294
DEVELOPMENT OF THE IMPERIAL
406
British migration
468
CHAPTER XIII
490
Difficulties with France and Russia the Fashoda incident
514
Britain Germany and Portugal 1898
529
Plans for development in the West Indies
534
The Entente Cordiale
535
CHAPTER XV
563
Free Trade and misgivings over its effects
574
France or Germany the enemy?
577
Compulsory military training in the Dominions
594
CHAPTER XVI
605
Strategy in the outer seas
611
FOUR COLONIAL CAMPAIGNS IN AFRICA
617
WAR POLICY AND ORGANISATION
628
Manpower and Conscription
634
DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH EMPIRE
640
Attempts to regulate international action in principle
667
The Berlin Act and the Congo State
674
The right of occupation and administration
683
The Alabama case and its juridical consequences
689
British disputes with other countries put to arbitration
695
The Second Hague Conference 1907
702
CHAPTER XIX
711
the Secretary of State and the permanent officials
719
Sir Henry Taylor R W Hay Sir James Stephen
752
Relations with the Treasury and the War Office
760
CHAPTER VI
769
The degree of preparedness discussed
780
the duty on corn 1902
781
By E A BENIANS
841
Export of capital
868
CHAPTER XVII
900
The Imperial War Cabinet summoned November 1918
911
INDEX
912
Railways and telegraphs
923
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