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British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950
This edition is fully endorsed by the British Library – Oriental and India Office Collections (OIOC). The files will serve as an essential source material for the study of (among others) the following subjects:
• British intervention in Tibet, 1903-04;
• Tibet’s expulsion of the Chinese, 1911-12;
• The McMahon Line and border determination;
• British support for Tibetan de facto independence;
• Changing attitudes during World War II;
• Indian independence and the Chinese invasion.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950 collection.
Delineating British Burma, c. 1826-1949
Military Reports and Route Books, 1903-1945 (BIB-3)

This collection of official and confidential print reflects the long process of information gathering, codification, and dissemination that both accompanied and followed on from the three stages of the British annexation of Burma. It combines the kind of Intelligence Branch investigations that were routinely produced for the states bordering on British India, with a uniquely complete set of gazetteers/topographical works and reports covering the districts and states of British Burma and its boundaries.

This collection is also included in the Delineating British Burma, c. 1826-1949 collection.
British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946
Afghanistan: Route Books, 1907-1941 (BIA-5)

The Government of India had a pronounced intelligence interest, concentrating on Afghanistan’s internal and external affairs and trans-frontier tribes and personalities. All the works were classified “Secret,” “Confidential,” or “For Official Use Only,” and were subject to strict rules of custody. The collection in the India Office Records at the British Library is unique in its breadth and accessibility.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946 collection.
British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946
Afghanistan: Internal and External Affairs, 1907-1941 (BIA-2)

The Government of India had a pronounced intelligence interest, concentrating on Afghanistan’s internal and external affairs and trans-frontier tribes and personalities. All the works were classified “Secret,” “Confidential,” or “For Official Use Only,” and were subject to strict rules of custody. The collection in the India Office Records at the British Library is unique in its breadth and accessibility.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946 collection.
British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946
Afghanistan: Who’s Who, 1914-1940 (BIA-3)

The Government of India had a pronounced intelligence interest, concentrating on Afghanistan’s internal and external affairs and trans-frontier tribes and personalities. All the works were classified “Secret,” “Confidential,” or “For Official Use Only,” and were subject to strict rules of custody. The collection in the India Office Records at the British Library is unique in its breadth and accessibility.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946 collection.
British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946
Afghanistan: Military Reports, 1906-1940 (BIA-4)

The Government of India had a pronounced intelligence interest, concentrating on Afghanistan’s internal and external affairs and trans-frontier tribes and personalities. All the works were classified “Secret,” “Confidential,” or “For Official Use Only,” and were subject to strict rules of custody. The collection in the India Office Records at the British Library is unique in its breadth and accessibility.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on Afghanistan and Its Frontiers, c. 1888-1946 collection.
British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950
This edition is fully endorsed by the British Library – Oriental and India Office Collections (OIOC). The files will serve as an essential source material for the study of (among others) the following subjects:
• British intervention in Tibet, 1903-04;
• Tibet’s expulsion of the Chinese, 1911-12;
• The McMahon Line and border determination;
• British support for Tibetan de facto independence;
• Changing attitudes during World War II;
• Indian independence and the Chinese invasion.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950 collection.
British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950
This edition is fully endorsed by the British Library – Oriental and India Office Collections (OIOC). The files will serve as an essential source material for the study of (among others) the following subjects:
• British intervention in Tibet, 1903-04;
• Tibet’s expulsion of the Chinese, 1911-12;
• The McMahon Line and border determination;
• British support for Tibetan de facto independence;
• Changing attitudes during World War II;
• Indian independence and the Chinese invasion.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950 collection.
British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950
This edition is fully endorsed by the British Library – Oriental and India Office Collections (OIOC). The files will serve as an essential source material for the study of (among others) the following subjects:
• British intervention in Tibet, 1903-04;
• Tibet’s expulsion of the Chinese, 1911-12;
• The McMahon Line and border determination;
• British support for Tibetan de facto independence;
• Changing attitudes during World War II;
• Indian independence and the Chinese invasion.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950 collection.
British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950
This edition is fully endorsed by the British Library – Oriental and India Office Collections (OIOC). The files will serve as an essential source material for the study of (among others) the following subjects:
• British intervention in Tibet, 1903-04;
• Tibet’s expulsion of the Chinese, 1911-12;
• The McMahon Line and border determination;
• British support for Tibetan de facto independence;
• Changing attitudes during World War II;
• Indian independence and the Chinese invasion.

This collection is also included in the British Intelligence on China in Tibet, 1903-1950 collection.