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the 1925 Treaty of Mutual Guarantee between Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain and Italy ('Locarno Treaty) (49) was signed by Great Britain alone but included as an express provision that '[t]he present Treaty shall impose no obligation upon any of the British dominions, or upon India, unless the Government of such dominion, or of India, signifies its acceptance thereof', (50) an arrangement that drew on the Anglo-French Treaty of 1919, but in the event no Dominion Government did signify its acceptance, nor did India;
India and Pakistan have suffered through 65 years of mutual mistrust and hostility, even going to war on four separate occasions since British dominion ended.
AS an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal (translated to George Cross in 1972) for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from their torpedoed ship.
Eynon Hawkins of Pontyclun, near Llantrisant, showed great courage and presence of mind when the oil tanker British Dominion was struck by Uboat torpedoes on January 10, 1943.
As an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion in January 1943, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal - which was translated to the George Cross in 1972 - for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from the torpedoed ship.
As an able seaman serving aboard the oil tanker British Dominion in January 1943, Eynon Hawkins won the Albert Medal (which was translated to the George Cross in 1972) for his courageous leadership in rallying crew members in the water after they had jumped from the torpedoed ship.
1834: Slavery was abolished in all British dominions.
The Statute of Westminster gave legal recognition to the independence of the British Dominions, repealing the Colonial Laws Validity Act 1865 and recognizing that "the Parliament of a Dominion has full power to make laws having extra-territorial application.
That number represented fourteen percent of the total who came to Canada in that ten-year period, the Army's contribution being seven times greater than that of the next most-active agency, the British Dominions Emigration Society.
Jarndyce and Jarndyce, still a good critique of the law today, the slum alleyway Tom Alone's, where Jo lives, and where "it might be better for the national glory even that the sun should sometimes set on the British dominions than that it should ever rise upon so vile a wonder".
In the end, one is left to marvel at the foresight of those who, all those years ago, came up with the "fleet unit" idea, as a way for the British dominions to contribute to the naval defense of the global economic system--something that should still resonate today, in this new era of naval cooperation.
His specialty is wartime histories of Australia and other British dominions, with a particular interest in aviation and air power.

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