British Windward Islands
The British Windward Islands was a British colony existing between 1833 and 1960 and consisting of the islands of Grenada, St Lucia, Saint Vincent, the Grenadines, Barbados (the seat of the g...
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Dominican general election, 1957
General elections were held in Dominica on 15 August 1957. No political parties contested the elections and all candidates ran as independents. Voter turnout was 75.6%.
Arthur Grimble
Sir Arthur Francis Grimble (Hong Kong, 11 June 1888 – London, 13 December 1956) was a British civil servant and writer.After joining the Colonial Office, he became a cadet administrative officer in th...
Dominican general election, 1954
General elections were held in Dominica on 19 August 1954. No political parties contested the elections and all candidates ran as independents. Voter turnout was 70.3%.
Vincentian general election, 1951
General elections were held in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 1951. The result was a victory for the Eighth Army of Liberation, which won all eight seats. Voter turnout was 69.7%.
James Hayes Sadler
Colonel Sir James Hayes Sadler, KCMG, CB (21 May 1827 – 9 January 1910) was a British diplomat and civil servant.In 1854 Sadler was commissioned into the Artillery Battalion of the Royal Sussex ...
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Coat of arms of the British Windward Islands
The badge of the Governor-in-chief of the British Windward Islands was adopted in 1886.
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Colville Deverell
Sir Colville Montgomery Deverell, GBE, KCMG, CVO (21 February 1907 in Dublin, Ireland – 18 December 1995 in Wokingham, Berkshire, England) was an Irish cricketer and colonial administrator.
A righ...
Dominican general election, 1951
General elections were held in Dominica on 31 October 1951. No political parties contested the elections and all candidates ran as independents. Voter turnout was 75.9%.
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Vincentian general election, 1954
General elections were held in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 1954. The majority of seats were won by independents. Voter turnout was 59.8%.
Flag of the British Windward Islands
The flag of the British Windward Islands was the flag of the Federal Colony of the Windward Islands. It was a Blue Ensign with the badge of the Governor-in-chief in the fly. The separate colonies unde...
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Grenadian general election, 1957
General elections were held in Grenada on 24 September 1957. Following the introduction of the new Constitution on 21 December 1959 real authority for governing the country was given to a Chief Minist...
Agreement for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications
The Agreement for the Suppression of the Circulation of Obscene Publications is a multilateral anti-pornography treaty that was initially negotiated and concluded in Paris in 1910. It was amended by a...
Declaration recognising the Right to a Flag of States having no Sea-coast
The Declaration recognising the Right to a Flag of States having no Sea-coast (French: Déclaration portant reconnaissance du droit au pavillon des Etats dépourvus de littoral) is a 1921 multilater...
List of Governors of the Windward Islands
This is a list of viceroys in the British Windward Islands. The colony of the Windward Islands was created in 1833 and consisted of Grenada, Barbados (to 1885), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Toba...
Saint Lucian general election, 1954
General elections were held in Saint Lucia on 23 September 1954. The result was a victory for the Saint Lucia Labour Party, which won five of the eight seats. Voter turnout was 49.4%.
Barcelona Convention and Statute on Freedom of Transit
The Barcelona Convention and Statute on Freedom of Transit is an International treaty signed in Barcelona on 20 April 1921; the treaty ensures freedom of transit for various commercial goods across na...
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International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children
The International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children is a 1921 multilateral treaty of the League of Nations that addressed the problem of international trafficking of ...
International Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Women and Children - Wikipedia
Robert Arundell
Brigadier Sir Robert Duncan Harris Arundell, KCMG, OBE was a British diplomat who became Governor and Commander in Chief of the Windward Islands and later Governor of Barbados and acting Governor-Gene...
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Walter Hely-Hutchinson
Honourable Sir Walter Francis Hely-Hutchinson GCMG (22 August 1849 – 23 September 1913) was an Anglo-Irish diplomat and colonial administrator.
Hely-Hutchinson was the son of Richard Hely-Hutchins...
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Saint Lucian general election, 1951
General elections were held in Saint Lucia on 12 October 1951. The result was a victory for the Saint Lucia Labour Party, which won five of the eight seats. Voter turnout was 59.1%.
Walter Joseph Sendall
Sir Walter Joseph Sendall GCMG (1832–1904) was a British colonial governor.
As Director of Public Instruction in Ceylon, he expanded the system of schools, teaching in English and the vernacular.H...
Sir Lionel Smith, 1st Baronet
General Sir Lionel Smith, 1st Baronet GCB GCH (9 October 1778 – 2 January 1842) was a British diplomat, colonial administrator, and soldier.His mother was noted writer and feminist Charlotte Turner Sm...
Saint Lucian general election, 1957
General elections were held in Saint Lucia on 18 September 1957. The result was a victory for the Saint Lucia Labour Party, which won seven of the eight seats. Voter turnout was 56.8%.
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Grenadian general election, 1954
General elections were held in Grenada on 20 September 1954. Although independent candidates received the most votes, Eric Gairy's Grenada United Labour Party (the only political party in existence at...
Grenadian general election, 1954 - Wikipedia
William Reid (British Army officer)
Major-General Sir William Reid GCMG, KCB (1791–1858) was a British soldier, administrator and meteorologist. He was founder of Bermuda National Library.
Born at Kinglassie, Fife and educated at th...
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