|COLONIES AND RAW MATERIALS||1|
|COLONIES AND RAW MATERIALS||3|
|COLONIES AND RAW MATERIALS||5|
|What Colonies are and what they do||9|
|Plight of the Primary Producer||16|
|Restriction Schemes and Preferences||20|
|Position of Industrial Countries||24|
|Benefits received by Colonies||27|
|Principal Exports from the British Colonial Empire in 1936.||33|
|[Chapter heading not available]||36|
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| author1=Henderson, Hubert Douglas.
| title=Colonies and raw materials
| section=31 p.
| series=Oxford pamphlets on world affairs ;
| publisher=Clarendon Press
| access-date=24 July 2021
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