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No. 004 - March 1951 [Part 2] - Summary of an Address by H.E. The Chief Administrator of Eritrea to The Chiefs of the Beni Amer, Baria and Kunama Tribes at Barentu

The National Archives, London - Historical Documents on Eritrea 

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The National Archives in London contain millions of documents on various historical areas that span hundreds of years.  Eritrea was under the British Administration from 1941 to 1952.  

This section will, for the coming months, post archive documents from that period.  The contents of the collection range from the economic and political to administration and establishing order and managing social and tribal conflicts.  The amount of material in store is literally inexhaustible and might even keep this column open forever.  In the meantime however, Asmarino website will do its best to display documents whenever they are made available.  

Asmarino hopes that this collection will reveal yet another aspect of an ignored or long forgotten Eritrean history.  The documents speak for themselves and the reader is invited to make their own judgement.

Asmarino wishes to express its thanks to The National Archives - London. 

September 2010 

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No. 002 - March 1951 - Summary of an Address by H.E. The Chief Administrator of Eritrea to The Chiefs of the Beni Amer, Baria and Kunama Tribes at Barentu

The National Archives, London - Historical Documents on Eritrea 

The National Archives in London contain millions of documents on various historical areas that span hundreds of years.  Eritrea was under the British Administration from 1941 to 1952.  

This section will, for the coming months, post archive documents from that period.  The contents of the collection range from the economic and political to administration and establishing order and managing social and tribal conflicts.  The amount of material in store is literally inexhaustible and might even keep this column open forever.  In the meantime however, Asmarino website will do its best to display documents whenever they are made available.  

Asmarino hopes that this collection will reveal yet another aspect of an ignored or long forgotten Eritrean history.  The documents speak for themselves and the reader is invited to make their own judgement.

Asmarino wishes to express its thanks to The National Archives - London. 

September 2010    

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No. 003 - Public Notice - Asmara, January 1950: Issued by Chief Secretary (Sgd.) C.F.B Pearce

The National Archives, London - Historical Documents on Eritrea 

The National Archives in London contain millions of documents on various historical areas that span hundreds of years.  Eritrea was under the British Administration from 1941 to 1952.  

This section will, for the coming months, post archive documents from that period.  The contents of the collection range from the economic and political to administration and establishing order and managing social and tribal conflicts.  The amount of material in store is literally inexhaustible and might even keep this column open forever.  In the meantime however, Asmarino website will do its best to display documents whenever they are made available.  

Asmarino hopes that this collection will reveal yet another aspect of an ignored or long forgotten Eritrean history.  The documents speak for themselves and the reader is invited to make their own judgement.

Asmarino wishes to express its thanks to The National Archives - London. 

September 2010 

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No. 001 - Eritrea Police Force - 1951: Extracts from a discussion between Supt. of Police L.M. Braine and shifta leader Ghebry Tesfazien

The National Archives, London - Historical Documents on Eritrea 

The National Archives in London contain millions of documents on various historical areas that span hundreds of years.  Eritrea was under the British Administration from 1941 to 1952.  

This section will, for the coming months, post archive documents from that period.  The contents of the collection range from the economic and political to administration and establishing order and managing social and tribal conflicts.  The amount of material in store is literally inexhaustible and might even keep this column open forever.  In the meantime however, Asmarino website will do its best to display documents whenever they are made available.  

Asmarino hopes that this collection will reveal yet another aspect of an ignored or long forgotten Eritrean history.  The documents speak for themselves and the reader is invited to make their own judgement.

Asmarino wishes to express its thanks to The National Archives - London. 

September 2010 

Read more...

 

Containing Iraq: Sanctions Worked

The failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has prompted much handwringing over the problems with prewar intelligence. Too little attention has been paid, however, to the flip slide of the picture: that the much-maligned UN-enforced sanctions regime actually worked. Contrary to what critics have said, we now know that containment helped destroy Saddam Hussein's war machine and his capacity to produce weapons.

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