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Title CMS Annual Reports, 1936-1937
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1935-1937
Document Type Report, Manuscript, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, South Asia, Middle East, East Asia
Names Miss F. Hughes-Hallett, Reverend V. S. Azariah, Bishop of Dornakal (pi), King George V, Reverend Charles Simeon (pxix), Bishop Horstead (pp1, 3), Reverend F. M. Snellgrove (p5), Sir Miles Lampson (p116), Chiang Kai-Shek (p340)
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone (p3), Yoruba (p8), North Nigeria (p16), Zaria (p20), Niger (p24), East Africa, Kenya (p.38), Tanganyika (p66), Uganda (p71), Ruanda (p95), Rwanda, Elgon (p103), Near East (p114), North Africa, Egypt (p116), Northern Sudan (p126), Southern Sudan (p131), Palestine (p140), Iran (p146), Persia, India (p157), Punjab (p182), Sindh, Kashmir (p209), Western India (p223), Bombay (p224), United Provinces (p252), Central Provinces (p274), Bengal and Bahar (p283), Telugu (p298), Tinnevelly (p305), Travancore, Cochin (p314), Ceylon, Sri Lanka (p325), Kandy (p328), Far East (p340), South China (p344), Kwangsi, Hunan (p362), Fukien (p368), Chekiang (p385), Hong Kong (p346), West China (p397), Japan (p410)
Topics missionary papers, contents, Church Missionary Society, CMS, evangelism, secular and spiritual education, missionary work, missionary reports, annual sermon, CMS Outlook, East and West review, bookshops, medical work, maternity care (pp29, 55, 67, 86), male and female education, economic depression, province of East Africa (p1), translating the Bible (p4), Fourah Bay College (p4), Annie Walsh Memorial School (p6), Italian invasion of Abyssinia (p8), Islam, Mohammedanism (pp14, 43, 114, 123, 146, 187), attitudes to female education (p16), health and disease, leper colony (pp21, 25, 97), tuberculosis (pp76, 210), eye care (p76), cholera (p206), shortage of European missionaries (pp22, 38, 103, 182), Catholic missions (pp69, 182), alcohol consumption (p56), teacher training (p59), language barriers (p59), superstition (p67), marriage customs, increase in polygamy (p71), relations with government officials (p86), revival movement in Ruanda, Rwanda (p95), Anglo-Egyptian treaty (pp114, 116), decolonization, end of empire, Egyptian independence (p114), westernisation of Iran (p114), status of women, cessation of women wearing veils (p115), League of Nations membership (p116), financial corruption (p119), Christian education in Egypt (p117), cultivation of cotton rather than food (p134), Arab strike (p140), Arab nationalism (p140), Arab hatred of Jews and British (p141), secularisation of Iran (p146), religious tolerance, Government of India Act 1935 (p157), Communism in India (pp157, 257), Quetta earthquake (p217), newspaper evangelism (pp220, 411), Hinduism (pp229, 314, 337), shortage of converts in India (pp223, 305, 311), persecution of Christians in India (p262), Ezhavas (p314), Buddhism (p325), opposition to Christians in Ceylon (p325), western influence on South China (p344), Sino-Japanese conflict (364), status of women (p364), treatment of opium addicts (p365), centralisation of China (p368), fear of communism (ppxxiii, 343, 373), Shintoism (p410), Japanese nationalism (pp410, 416, 428)
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