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Bahamas becomes Commonwealth under new Constitution, 1968-09

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/COI/A/31

Scope and Contents

150 x 205 mm. At the closing of the Bahamas Constitutional Conference in Marlborough House, London, Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs Mr. George Thomson signs the document setting up the Commonwealth of the Bahama Islands. With Mr. Thomson are (left) Bahamas Prime Minister Mr. Lynden Pindling and Lord Grey of Naunton, for whom the signing of the document was his final act as Governor of the Bahamas. Other signatories were Opposition Leader Sir Roland Symonette and Mr. Randol Fawkes, a representative of the Bahamas Labour Party.


  • Creation: 1968-09


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Finding aid date

2011-11-03 12:35:24+00:00

Includes index.

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