Malawi under colonial rule, in Government reports, 1907-1967

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9 volumes in Malawi under colonial rule, in Government reports, 1907-1967

Administration 1931-1963

The content upon Native affairs describes the perceived progress made during each year, in relation to the Government's stated aim of increasing 'the training and education of the Africans towards a higher intellectual, moral and economic level than that which they had reached when the Crown assumed the responsibility for...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73105A
  • Keyword:  african politics government

Finance 1911-1966

These Financial Reports and Statements include commonplace elements such as Revenue, Income, and Expenditure; the main development between the earlier and latter reports is the increase in the level of narrative accompanying these records as the years progressed. The Estimates prior to and post the passing of the 1940 Development...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73105B
  • Keyword:  african politics government

Judicial and Police 1917-1964

These reports cover a variety of concerns, including the Judicial, Registrar General, Police, Prisons, and Defence departments. In these areas some reports relating to World War Two are missing, with Judicial reports particularly affected. These reports consist of numerical data accompanied by narrative accounts of the same.

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73105C
  • Keyword:  african politics government

Natural Resources - Arable and Animal Husbandry 1909-1965

The large number of reports which are grouped here rather belie the scarcity and poverty of Nyasaland's natural resources. The most extensive are Agriculture, Veterinary, and the Geological Survey. From 1944 onwards the Agriculture reports are divided in two, with Part II generally being devoted to Experimental Work. The early...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73105D
  • Keyword:  african politics government
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