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Reference FO 371/159705
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Indian seizure of Goa and UK obligations under Anglo-Portuguese treaties of 1661 and 1889, April-December 1961 (Folder 1)
Date 1961
Collection Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1947-1964
Region South Asia
Countries India, Portugal, United Kingdom
Places Beijing (Peking); Burma (Myanmar); Chennai (Madras); China; Dadra; Daman; Delhi; Diu; Goa; Hyderabad; India; Karachi; Kashmir; Kolkata (Calcutta); Ladakh; Lisbon; London; Mumbai (Bombay); Nagar Haveli; New York; Pakistan; Paris; Portugal; Uttar Pradesh (United Provinces); Washington, DC
People Douglas-Home, Sir Alec, 14th Earl of Home; Lloyd, (John) Selwyn, Lord Selwyn-Lloyd; Menon, Vengalil Krishna; Nehru, Jawaharlal ('Panditji')
Topics army; British Government; British nationals; business; Christianity; communications; communism; elections; independence; Indian National Congress; invasion; Islam; judicial system; Lok Sabha (Indian House of the People); military; nationalism; NATO; oil; parliament; propaganda; revolt; riots and disturbances; Royal Air Force; satyagraha (non-violent resistance); steel; trade; United Nations; war
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