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New Delhi: Indian Council of World Affairs, 1961. 220 x 143 mm. Very Good. Offprint from India Quarterly, volume XVII, No 1, January-March 1961, pp 44-57. In very good condition in clean paper wrappers with rust marks from the staples, internally very fresh; signed to upper cover by Mehrotra and inscribed "To Professor K E Robinson With the compliments of the author. 11th Sept '61". From the collection of Kenneth Robinson (1914-2005), a distinguished civil servant who became an expert on colonial government and administration. He was closely involved in international aspects of postwar planning, including former colonies, in south-West Africa (now Namibia), and became the Commonwealth Office expert on French West Africa. He became assistant secretary in the CO in 1946 (and head of the West African department), but resigned in 1948 to become reader in Commonwealth government at Oxford and subsequently director and professor of commonwealth affairs at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies in London. He was vice-chancellor of the University of Hong Kong from 1965 to 1972. Very Good 1961
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- Sri Ram Mehrotra
- 220 x 143 mm
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- Indian Council of World Affairs
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- New Delhi
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