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|Title||Dispute between Italy and Abyssinia: Part II. Correspondence and papers relating to the application of sanctions|
|Collection||Confidential Print: Africa|
|Places||Addis Ababa; Belgium; Botswana (Bechuanaland); Egypt; Ethiopia (Abyssinia); France; Germany; Italy; Kenya; Lesotho (Basutoland); Libya; London; Namibia; Paris; Port Said; Rhodesia; Somalia; South Africa; Spain; Sudan; Swaziland; United Kingdom; United States; Zambia (Northern Rhodesia); Zimbabwe (Southern Rhodesia)|
|People||Caldecote, 1st Viscount (Sir Thomas Inskip); Chamberlain, Sir (Joseph) Austen; Eden, Sir Anthony, 1st Earl of Avon; Haile Selassie; Halifax, 1st Earl (Edward Wood); Hoare, Sir Samuel, Bt, 1st Viscount Templewood; MacDonald, Malcolm; Smuts, Jan|
|Topics||(British) Commonwealth; administration; air force; aircraft; banking; boundary; British Empire; British Government; business; canal; chiefs; commodities; communications; concessions; conferences; conquest; consular representation; customs; debt; democracy; diplomatic representation; dominion; elections; empire; execution; exports; fishing; foreign policy; forts; gold; governor; governor-general; independence; industry; international border; judicial system; kings; labour; language; League of Nations mandate; loans; massacre; military; mining; missionaries; nationalism; oil; parliament; propaganda; protectorate; railway; riots and disturbances; roads; rubber; ship; socialism; steel; Suez Canal; telegraph lines; trade; transport; treaty; tribes; war; women|
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