3 edition of Britain, the Australian colonies, and the Sudan campaigns of 1884-85 found in the catalog.
Britain, the Australian colonies, and the Sudan campaigns of 1884-85
Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-221) and index.
|Series||University of New England history series,, 5|
|LC Classifications||DT156 .S28 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||0858346052, 0858346060|
|LC Control Number||95225592|
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This force left from Cairo in September and was still fighting its way up the Nile when in January news arrived that General Gordon had been killed.
News of his death spread quickly across Britain and her colonies. The Canadian government offered troops as did the colonies of ://?g=&p= This book breaks new ground in reviewing the naval and military law of the Australian colonies before their federation in Its particular focus is on the disciplinary codes contained in Acts of Parliament and subordinate ?isbn= Suakin, Sudan, grave of Robert Weir, the first Australian to die on active duty in the Sudan.
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Britain continued to transport convicts to New South Wales untilat which time the colony's population numbe, the majority of whom were convicts, ex-convicts or their descendants.
The Australian colonies became profitable exporters of wool and :// The Sudan Archive was founded inthe year after Sudanese independence, to collect and preserve the papers of administrators from the Sudan Political Service, missionaries, soldiers, business men, doctors, agriculturalists, teachers and others who had served or lived in the Sudan during the Anglo-Egyptian ?docId=ark/ InThe Engineer, a leading journal with many subscribers in the Australian colonies, published details of a Greenwood and Batley machine recently purchased by the University of London, with dimensions about two-thirds those of the Southwark original.4 Inwhile the University of Melbourne was considering appointing a professor of engineering, the University of Sydney ended a In the lead-up to the Great War hundreds of Canadians, usually trained at Kingston’s Royal Military College, fought to help Britain (and the Belgian King) conquer various parts of the continent.
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