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52. Britain Faces the Postwar World
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53. Return to Gold at $4.86: The Cunliffe Committee and After
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54. American Support for the Return to Gold at $4.86: The Morgan Connection
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Description: Visit of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to the Gold Coast Colony 1925

Location: Ghana

Date: 1925

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