Admiralty: East Indies Station: Correspondence
Correspondence relating to India, Ceylon, Burma, Aden, the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the East Coast of Africa and islands in the Indian Ocean. There is also a volume of telegrams sent and received during the Sudan Campaign, 1883 to 1884.
Board of Admiralty, East Indies Station, 1865-1959
With the ever increasing granting of independence to British possessions in the area, the East Indies Station was gradually run down until it was finally closed on September 7 1959.
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