The after-war settlement & employment of ex-service men in the oversea dominions

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After war settlement & employment of ex-service men in the oversea dominions. London, Pub. for the Royal colonial Institute by the Saint Catherine Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H Rider Haggard; Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain).

See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive In the Internet Archive has seen unprecedented use—and we need your help. When the COVID Pages: The recent Act in Great Britain for providing ex-Service settlers with working capital does actually less than was done by the Small Holdings Act of In the Act the civilian settler could borrow up to 80 per cent.

of his necessary capital, but under the recent Act ex-Service men. As has been said, their first scheme was to send overseas s ex-service men with their dependants, bringing the total somewhere nearpersons.

This Committee is still working, and it is an excellent Committee. It is composed of men and women who know the Dominions very well indeed, who have lived there, and been there a great deal. Whilst the Ministry of Labour agreed with the OSC that opportunities for new areas of work for women in the Dominions were likely to be limited, noting in that ‘the largest number of opportunities overseas is likely to be open to men with agricultural experience and women who are prepared to take up work as helps in the home or in a farm Cited by: 8.

54 ‘Ex-service ocers and men: the higher education scheme’, Manchester Guar dian, 20 Jan. ; ‘Professions and the o cer’, The Times, 12 May 55 ‘Four months’ dela y’, Daily. In this, Sir Rider Haggard, made a tour of the Empire, as the Special Commissioner of the Royal Colonial Institute, to enquire into the possibilities of settling ex-service men on the land, and his report is embodied in a volume entitled “The After-War Settlement and Employment of Ex-Service Men in the Overseas Dominions.”.

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For the first time in the history of the Empire emigration is to be dealt with on a scientific basis. We are willing to co-operate with the Dominions, but the same old parrot cry has been raised about driving the ex-service men from the land for which they fought. Two classes of men are affected—ex-service men and industrial workers.

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Start studying U.S. History I A The War of Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. PP –18 X Cd Empire Settlement Committee: Report to the Secretary of State for the Colonies of the Committee appointed to consider the measures to be taken for settling within the Empire ex-service men who may desire to emigrate after the war.

After-War Settlement and Employment of Ex-Service Men in the Overseas Dominions (London, ); Parliamentary Papers, Cd, Empire Settlement Committee Report (), and Cd, Domin-ions Royal Commission Report ().

Streak, Lord Milner's Immigration Policy for the Transvaal, (Johannesburg, ). Ex-service Officers and Men. —The actual experience of recent settlers affords the best guide for those who contemplate settlement on. the land in the future. Information from this point of view was obtained by personal interview with upwards of one hundred British settlers and about sixty returned soldiers.

League of Nations. The writer HG Wells had called the - war the 'war to end all wars', and the peace conference which met at Versailles. Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider), The after war settlement & employment of ex-service men in the oversea dominions; report to the Royal colonial institute (London, Pub.

for the Royal colonial institute by the Saint Catherine press, ), also by Royal Commonwealth Society (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Although the Union of South Africa had serious concerns over the health of its Indigenes in a foreign environment, as did all Dominions, deaths within the SANLC during its active period were low, given that men died in the Mendi sinking alone.

In total, 1, men of. The Australian War Cabinet approved the Department of Post-War Reconstruction's proposed principles to govern demobilisation on 12 June The key element of the principles was that the order in which personnel would be demobilised was to be based on a points system, with service men and women being allocated points on the basis of their period of service, age, marital status and employment.

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Rider Haggard, KBE (/ ˈ h æ ɡ ər d /; – ) was an English writer, largely of adventure fiction, but also of eighth child of a Norfolk barrister and squire, through family connections he gained employment with Sir Henry Bulwer during the latter's service as lieutenant-governor of Natal, South Africa.

Rider Haggard travelled to southern Africa in and. Inwhen European settlement began, Australia’s Aboriginal population was aboutToday, over 20 million people live here. Migration has been the main driver for this change.

In New South Wales, four out of every ten people are either migrants or the children of migrants. Clearly Australia has a rich migration history. That is an important feature of the problem of the settlement of ex-service personnel.

Most of the men serving in the Royal Australian Air Force, for example, are young fellows from all walks of life, but they have developed during their period of service a stature out of all proportion to what it would have ‘been had they remained in civil life.

Some joined the military to take the jobs of men who had transferred to fighting units, serving as pilots to transport supplies, test planes, and tow targets for artillery practice. The vast majority were drafted into the civilian workforce to replace conscripted men, taking traditionally male jobs working on factory assembly lines producing.

The Board of Education did not treat the initiative as a form of compensation or reward for war service: rather, it was seen as a means to aid the reconstruction of post‐war life 57 ‘Training of ex‐service men in educational institutions, provisional notes on advice and selection’ ().

TNA, ED 47/1. the firstCanadians who went overseas, there w men of American birth, including both residents in Canada and men who had crossed the border to enlist. When the patience of the United States was at last exhausted and it took its place in the ranks of the nations fighting for freedom, the joy of Canadians was unbounded.

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Aboriginal men also hoped that fighting for Australia overseas would earn the respect of non-Indigenous Australians and provide them with more economic, social and political opportunities upon.

In a word, ex-Service men who are accepted as approved settlers under any settlement scheme of the Overseas Government, or can show that they have assured employment awaiting them, and are otherwise acceptable to the authorities of the Dominion to which they wish to proceed, will be given free passages for themselves and their dependents to the.

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