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" Nations and maintained by its guarantee, which, whilst respecting national sovereignty, would be alike inspired by broad conceptions of economic freedom and concerned to safeguard the rights of the natives under the best conditions possible for them,... "
The Anti-slavery Reporter and Aborigines' Friend - Page 70
1914
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Current History, Volume 8, Part 1

History - 1918 - 694 pages
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - United States - 1933
...the League of Nations and maintained by its guarantee, which, whilst respecting national sovereignty, would be alike inspired by broad conceptions of economic...regards the ownership of the soil would be maintained. (3) The whole of the revenues would be devoted to the wellbeing and development of the colonies themselves....
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The League of Nations Movement in Great Britain, 1914-1919

Henry Ralph Winkler - International organization - 1952 - 312 pages
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Rutgers University Studies in History, Volume 7

Rutgers University - History - 1952
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The British Empire and the German Colonies, 1914-1919

Alfred William Lever - Germany - 1963 - 794 pages
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The British Empire and the German Colonies, 1914-1919

Alfred William Lever - Germany - 1963 - 760 pages
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Sub-imperialism: Nationalism in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, 1860-1919

Hazen LeRoy Vail - Nationalism - 1965 - 574 pages
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The Labour Party, Nationalism and Internationalism, 1939-1951

R. M. Douglas - Political Science - 2004 - 299 pages
...create a system of control for the colonies which, 'whilst respecting National Sovereignty would . . . safeguard the rights of the natives under the best conditions possible for them . . .'.5 There were two principal reasons for this rapid retreat from the concept of international...
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Imperialism on Trial: International Oversight of Colonial Rule in Historical ...

R. M. Douglas, Michael Dennis Callahan, Elizabeth Bishop - History - 2006 - 184 pages
...create a system of control for the colonies which, "whilst respecting National Sovereignty would . . . safeguard the rights of the natives under the best conditions possible for them . . . "6 There were two principal reasons for this rapid retreat from the concept of international...
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New York Times Current History: the European war, Volume 15

1918
...the League of Nations and maintained by its guarantee, which, while respecting national sovereignty, would be alike inspired by broad conceptions of economic...regards the ownership of the soil would be maintained. 3. The whole of the revenues would be devoted to the well-being and development of the colonies themselves....
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