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Destroy? ‘Migrate’? Conceal? British Strategies for the Disposal of Sensitive Records of Colonial Administrations at Independence
Publicity given in 2011 to the existence of a Foreign and Commonwealth Office ‘migrated archive’, now known also as the ‘Hanslope disclosure’, following a High Court demand for release of recordsExpand
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Shared archival heritage: an exploration of problems and solutions. Report of the EGSAH panel at the Yaounde Conference
The recently appointed ICA Expert Group on Shared Archival Heritage (EGSAH) presented a panel at the 2018 Yaounde Conference to publicize the remit, aims and high-level goals of the group, to outli...
Freedom of Information and the Commonwealth
Access to official information has a particular significance for the Commonwealth and its member nations, as a recent conference held in London revealed. The views of participants were, however, farExpand
Administering the Empire, 1801-1968
Popular guide to colonial and Commonwealth records at The National Archives, available from September 2020 as a free Open Access edition. Administering the Empire, 1801-1968 is an indispensableExpand
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Calendar of state papers, colonial : North America and the West Indies, 1574-1739
Material included: Correspondence to and from colonial governors, orders and grants from central government to local administration, and information from the localities, in the following areas:Expand
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