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International status of the British Dominions.
Cephas Daniel Allin
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Written in English
Reprinted from The American Political Science Review, Vol. 17, no. 4, November, 1923.
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Dominions were the semi-independent polities under the British Crown that constituted the British Empire, beginning with Canadian Confederation in "Dominion status" was a constitutional term of art used to signify an independent Commonwealth realm; they included Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Newfoundland, South Africa, and the Irish Free State.
THE INTERNATIONAL STATUS OF THE DOMINIONS. tended successfully that this was the case. The treaty was signed by plenipotentiaries of the King of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, by some generally, and by others for the Dominions and India separately.
Dominion, the status, prior toof each of the British Commonwealth countries of Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Eire, and gh there was no formal definition of dominion status, a pronouncement by the Imperial Conference of described Great Britain and the dominions as “autonomous communities within the British Empire, equal in status.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Noel-Baker, Philip Noel-Baker, Baron. Present juridical status of the British dominions in international law. Recent Developments in the Constitutional and International Status of the British Dominions by Cephas Daniel Allin,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Cephas Daniel Allin.
Read this book on Questia. The time seems at last to have arrived when the status of the Dominions can be set forth with a certain measure of assurance that no events in the near future will happen to disturb the essential principles affecting their place in the Empire or the Commonwealth.
to the share of the Dominions in formation, execution and direction of the imperial for-eign policy in the s and at the beginning of the s.
In the post war period, it was expected that recognition of a formal independence and a new international status of the British Dominions would be take place. Concurrently with a wider conception. 'A groundbreaking work on British and Dominion military policy in the First World War and the evolution of Dominion citizenship.' Source: The NYMAS Review 'Winegard’s study is based on extensive archival work across all the Dominions, and he has a solid grasp of the secondary literature as by: War Government of the British Dominions, Volume 2 Volume 2 of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Carnegie endowment for international peace.
Division of economics and history. Economic and social history of the world war. British series. The British Commonwealth of Nations has sometimes been compared to a Club of which the United Kingdom and the Dominions are full members.
There is complete equality among these members and in no.