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DELEGATION 0F SWEDEN: DRAFT RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TREATMENT OF INDIANS IN THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA

DELEGATION 0F SWEDEN: DRAFT RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TREATMENT
OF INDIANS IN THE UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA

Delegation of United Kingdom Delegation: Amendment to the resolution proposed by the delegation of India

Delegation of United Kingdom Delegation: Amendment to the resolution proposed by the delegation of India

Delegation of Colombia: Proposed amendment to the Chinese draft regulation mad at the fifth meeting

Delegation of Colombia: Proposed amendment to the Chinese draft regulation mad at the fifth meeting

DELEGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE UNITED KINGDOM AND SWEDEN: AMENDMENT TO THE RESOLUTION PROPOSED BY THE DELEGATION OF INDIA MADE AT THE FIFTH MEETING

DELEGATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE UNITED KINGDOM AND SWEDEN: AMENDMENT TO THE RESOLUTION PROPOSED BY THE DELEGATION OF INDIA MADE AT THE FIFTH MEETING

Joint First and Sixth Committee. Delegation of China: Proposed Drafted Resolution at the Fifth Meeting

Joint First and Sixth Committee. Delegation of China: Proposed Drafted Resolution at the Fifth Meeting

JOINT FIRST AND SIXTH CCOMMITTEE DELEGATION OF COLOMBIA: . DRAFT RESOLUTION

JOINT FIRST AND SIXTH COMMITTEE
DELEGATION OF COLOMBIA: . DRAFT RESOLUTION

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1. WHEREAS the following proposal was  unaninously approved by the
General Assembly at its session of 19 November 1946:

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

Delegation of India: Letter to the Secretary-General dated 20 November 1946

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

United Nations General Assembly

Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa

PRESS NOTICE ISSUED BY THE PRIME MINISTER ON THE 18TH. APRIL, 1944.

APPENDIX II
PRESS NOTICE ISSUED BY THE PRIME MINISTER ON THE 18TH. APRIL, 1944.

Newspaper articles relating to the Indian and European city council for DUrban

Selection of articles related to European and Indian Council.

The Indian in South Africa

The Indian in South Africa

The Position in Durban
In order to understand the Indian Problem as it affects Natal in general, and Durban in particular, it is necessary to remember the historical background of the problem.

Newspaper articles relating to the Indian problem in Natal

Reprint of a series of 10 articles which appeared between May 23rd and June 2nd 1944

Letter to Mr Oosthizen

I understand from a very reliable source that during the last fortnight before the Election or in fact during the Election period, l~rr. Lawrence exercised his right as Minister of the Interior to grant....

The Indian Problem

The Indian Problem

Nationalist election tactics have kindly been expounded for us by Malan himself in 1944....

 

Letter to Mr Clarkson the Minister of the Interior

Letter to Mr Clarkson the Minister of the Interior

Land Tenure Advisory Board

Letter to Mr Oosthizen from C. H. Hills

Apropos our recent correspondence on the question of the Party in Natal being informed and consulted with regard to steps taken, or to be taken.

Newspaper article regarding residential property

No interference in economic advance.

The passing of the residential property regulation draft ordinance must obviously be equally to the advantage of the Indians as to the Europeans....

Urgent appeal addressed to each member of the Provincial Council on the subject of the proposed occupation control ordinance 1944

Urgent appeal addressed to each member of the Provincial Council on the subject of the proposed occupation control ordinance 1944

The Park, Wynberg, Cape Town

The Park, Wynberg, Cape Town

Mr A. I. Kajee's speech at the Bar of the Natal Provincial

Mr A. I. Kajee's speech at the Bar of the Natal Provincial

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