"The interest of our colonies seems to have been largely overlooked": Colonial Australia and Anglo-Chinese relations

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Mountford, Benjamin. (2015) "The interest of our colonies seems to have been largely overlooked": Colonial Australia and Anglo-Chinese relations. In In R. Bickers and J. Howlett (Ed.). Britain and China, 1840-1970: Empire, Finance and War pp. 84 - 102 Routledge.
AuthorsMountford, Benjamin
EditorsR. Bickers and J. Howlett
Page range84 - 102
Year2015
Book titleBritain and China, 1840-1970: Empire, Finance and War
PublisherRoutledge
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
ISBN9780415658768
Scopus EID2-s2.0-84941552079
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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