Which African member of the Commonwealth was never part of the British Empire or had any other constitutional links with another Commonwealth member?
Mozambique and Rwanda are Commonwealth members with no previous constitutional ties with the British Empire or another Commonwealth member.
Cameroon is also a member of the Commonwealth and most of Cameroon was a French Trust Territory. Upon gaining independence it united with the smaller British Trust Territory of Southern Cameroon and joined the Commonwealth. This it does have constitutional links to Britain, in part.
Which African members of the present commonwealth was never part of the british empire or had any other constitutional links with another commonwealth members?
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The British legislature is Parliament. Great Britain is a constitutional monarchy. Read More
After the British Empire collapsed, many in the Empire kept loyal to the British Monarchy and wished to maintain close ties to Britain. These nations formed the "British Commonwealth" Nowadays, it has been renamed to "the Commonwealth", dropping the British connection, although Britain remains a memeber. The Head of the Commonwealth is the British Monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II, whom reigns seperately and independantly in all 16 commonwealth nations. The Commonwealth is a forum for… Read More
Most of then were part of the British Empire at one point or another and all have joined an organization called the Commonwealth of Nations. Read More
Technically, the British didn't. American history after the revolution was distorted as the new free Americans destroyed British documents in America. However the historic documents still exist as evidence here in England itself. The troops used to fight against the American Revolution all belonged to the British Commonwealth. The British Commonwealth (then known as the British Empire) is lead by the Monarch of Britain (currently Queen Elizabeth 2nd). Amongst the powers the head of the… Read More
It is one of the Commonwealth Realms of the British Crown. The realms, though completely sovereign and independent of one another, share one monarch as their own. Read More
How do Get enrolled in the British Army when I am from another country? What are the requirements of being in the British Army? Will I get a chance to be recruited in the British Army? Read More
The British Empire is another word for the commonwealth, which today is a group of nations that have colonised with Great Britain for one reason or another. Some reasons were for alliances, others for resources and help from Britain. Other countries had no choice and were annexed by Britain. +++ There is a major difference between the British Empire and the Commonwealth (capital 'C'): although the Commonwealth countries are former Imperial territories they rule themselves… Read More
British, Irish or Commonwealth citizens or a citizen of another member state of the European Union aged over 18 years. Read More
Th British Empire, it still exist in some form or another! Look at all of the countries (Commonwealth Realms & Commonwealth Nations) it technically includes! (it's combined; wealth, military, weaponry, and community (i.e. The commonwealth games, American's don't connect like this with their territories at all. Read More
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It depends on which country you are in. Typically in the US the bow is placed at the bottom. If you live in Canada or another British Commonwealth nation it should be at the top. Read More
The full title means "King George VI, by the grace of god, King of all the British Territories and Emperor of India" and appears on most British and British Commonwealth/Empire coins in one form or another, from 1936 to 1948. Read More
Another Asian country that takes part in the Commonwealth Games is Malaysia. Read More
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Why did President Washington ask congress to allow African Americans to fight in the Revolutionary War?
He didn't want them to fight at first. But then he realized he needed the most people he could get to fight the British so he let them fight. Plus the British promised the African Americans their freedom if they fought with them. So there's another reason he wanted them. Read More
It is if you don't live there, but live in another country. The Bahamas won its Independence from Britain 10 July 1973. It still has strong ties to the British Commonwealth, retaining Queen Elizabeth II as Monarch. Read More
Yes and no. New Zealand is still a Dominion/Realm, but is still an independent nation. New Zealand is not part of the British Empire, which no longer exists. Remaining British territories (and there is only one in the Pacific) are all very small. New Zealand is one of 54 members of the Commonwealth of Nations. The UK is another. Read More
Well, the Bahamas is one. That aside, there's... United Kingdom (the Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory, as are the Cayman Islands) Jamaica Antigua and Barbuda Dominica Grenada The first four, I'm fairly certain about, although there may be another Commonwealth nation slightly closer than Grenada for the fifth. Read More
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One constitutional right is the right to bear arms. Another constitutional right is the right to vote. Still other constitutional rights is freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right for all people to be treated equally. Read More
The Commonwealth is a forum for a number of non-governmental organisations, collectively known as the Commonwealth Family, which are fostered through the intergovernmental Commonwealth Foundation. The Commonwealth Games, the Commonwealth's most visible activity, are a product of one of these organisations. These organisations strengthen the shared culture of the Commonwealth, which extends through common sports, literary heritage, and political and legal practices. Due to this, Commonwealth countries are not considered to be "foreign" to one… Read More
Please post a new question with the coin's denomination and country. The Queen's picture appears on all coins of all countries of the British Commonwealth, so it doesn't distinguish one coin from another. Read More
Australia is one of the Commonwealth Realms, and thus, the British monarch still holds the title of Head of State of Australia. Ipso facto, the Queen of England is also the Queen of Australia. Read More
There is no direct economic or political benefit from being a member of the Commonwealth, although trade between Commonwealth members tends to be more intensive than the trade with non-members, also because of regular economic and political summits between members. Some Commonwealth countries (but certainly not all of them) give preferential treatment to citizens of other Commonwealth countries. As a commonwealth citizen, you can get consular assistance anywhere in the world from the embassy of… Read More
African Americans and or Africans, (African etc) Read More
Australia has no other official name. Its full name is the Commonwealth of Australia. Read More
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Agreeing with the constitution is known as being constitutional. Read More
I was led to believe there are 5 commonwealth states in the US and there are only 4 recognized in my research so if there is or was another commonwealth state what is it or was it?
The five US commonwealth states are Kentucky, Massachussetts, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico. Puerto is often overlooked because it is not a part of the continental states. Read More
There was nothing in the constitution about buying land from another country. Many saw the purchase as the president over reaching his constitutional powers. Read More
the United States, Great Britain, and the British Commonwealth of Nations all used one variant or another of the M1A1 Thompson sub-machine gun, military variant. this weapon was known by the nickname of the "Tommy gun". Read More
Why do so many African people like Britain when British slave owners made them take a British name and took away their African one?
Because current generations of British people did not do that...nor did current generations of Africans have that happen to them. And another answer would probably be that it is much wiser to ally with a wealthy and powerful country like Britain rather than allying with poor, unpowerful third world countries. Because the British did not treat their slaves the same way as the Americans. (Although since they were still slaves, it was a poor benefit.) Read More
Representative is another name for democratic. Additional names include self-governing, constitutional and populist. Read More
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The Commonwealth of Dominica has been a republic since its independence from Great Britain on November 3, 1978. However, it's still not to be confused with another country called the Dominican Republic. Read More
Duma is another name for cheetah in the African language. Read More