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Title CMS General Review of Missions
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1919
Document Type Report, Manuscript, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Region Africa, Middle East, South Asia
Places West Africa, Sierra Leone (p1), British East Africa (p6), Nairobi (p18), Kenya, German East Africa (p35), Uganda (p38), North Africa, Egypt, Cairo (p52), Israel, Palestine (p76), Nazareth, Gaza, Jaffa, Central Provinces (p95), India, Bengal, Calcutta, South India (p109), Telugu, Travancore and Cochin (p112), China, Foochow, Fukien (p136), Chekiang (p148), West China (p157), Central Japan (p169), Osaka (p170), Tokyo (p175), Kiu Shiu (p179), Hokkaido (p187), Khartoum (p61)
Topics missionary papers, contents, decolonization, end of empire, nationalism, Fourah Bay College (p1), education, Church Missionary Society, CMS, evangelism, missionary reports, Sierra Leone Grammar School , Annie Walsh Memorial School, Mohammedanism, Islam (p37), medical work (p43), influenza (pp14, 36), adoption of western dress (p19), opposition of native chiefs (p24), impact of World War One on missionary movement (p36), nationalism in Uganda (p38), Uganda Company (p43), Kikuyu conference (p47), need for more recruits, dissatisfaction with native workers (pp44, 50), political disturbances, riots in Cairo (pp52, 55, 59), Old Cairo medical mission (pp52, 72), educations and schooling in Egypt (p61), impact of World War One on Palestine (p76), transport, Egypt to Jerusalem railway (p77), increased British influence (p80), anti-Semitism (p83), Church of England Zenana Missionary Society (p104), Indian employment in the war effort and its impact on liin post war India (p105), health and disease, leprosy, influenza, famine, high prices in India (p112), Hindus and Muslims (pp121-123), higher education (p129), missionaries attacked by bandits (pp137, 140), student rising in China (p142), opium (pp144, 157), cholera (p145), Red Cross (p145), Typhoon (p145), peace talks in civil war (p148), shortage of mission finances in Japan
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