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e-Book No Telephone to Heaven: From Apex to Nadir - Colonial Service in Nigeria, Aden, the Cameroons and the Gold Coast 1938-61 download

e-Book No Telephone to Heaven: From Apex to Nadir - Colonial Service in Nigeria, Aden, the Cameroons and the Gold Coast 1938-61 download

by Emeka Anyaoku,Anthony Kirk-Greene,Malcolm Milne

ISBN: 0953554007
ISBN13: 978-0953554003
Language: English
Publisher: Meon Hill Press; 1st edition edition (May 20, 1999)
Pages: 532
Category: Politics and Government
Subategory: Sociology

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Colonial memoirs, such as No Telephone to Heaven, are important .

Colonial memoirs, such as No Telephone to Heaven, are important as a record not only of how Britain administered its own empire, but also as a description of life in overseas countries where living conditions are so different to those at home. An official had written on it that Mr Milne appeared to have been reading too much Kipling.

No telephone to heaven. from apex to nadir-colonial service in Nigeria, Aden, the Cameroons, and the Gold Coast, 1938-61. Published 1999 by Meon Hill Press in Stockbridge . Written in English. Biography, Colonial administrators, Politics and government.

No Telephone to Heaven: From Apex to Nadir-Colonial Service in Nigeria, Aden, the Cameroons and the Gold Coast, 1938-61 by Malcolm Milne; Palm Wine and Leopard's Whiskers: Reminiscences of Eastern Nigeria by R. G. Anderson. No Telephone to Heaven: From Apex to Nadir-Colonial Service in Nigeria, Aden, the Cameroons and the Gold Coast, 1938-61 by Malcolm Milne; Palm Wine and Leopard's Whiskers: Reminiscences of Eastern Nigeria by R. Anderson (pp. 485-487).

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