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RE: NAC Politics

From: "R. Bryett" <rbryett@m...>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 14:09:05 +1000
Subject: RE: NAC Politics

>>>> Another would be late 19th century with Dominions, like Canada,
Australia, and New Zealand used to be and Scotland and Wales are now
towards, with their own assemblies and parties. <<<<

Politically speaking "Australia" was not a Dominion or anything else in
19th century. Australia didn't become a nation, and part of the British
Empire, until 1901. Before that there were just the colonies New South
Wales, Victoria, Queensland etc. with varying degrees of autonomy and
various different representative bodies.

Best regards, Robert Bryett.
"I come from a land down under
 Where beer does flow and men chunder
 Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
 You better run, you better take cover."

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