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Implementing the UN Resolutions, 1949–52

  • Saul Kelly
Part of the Cold War History Series book series (CWH)

Abstract

The decision of the UN General Assembly to make Libya into a single independent state by 1 January 1952 posed ‘a difficult problem’ for the British government, in that it had to secure its strategic requirements in Cyrenaica without incurring too many political and financial liabilities in Tripolitania, where the US government sought to establish extensive military facilities.

Keywords

Advisory Council British Government Soviet Bloc Italian Government Draft Constitution 
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Copyright information

© Saul Kelly 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Saul Kelly
    • 1
  1. 1.Research Fellow in HistoryUniversity of WestminsterUK

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