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Published date: 28 September 2012

The National Archives is working with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to transfer and begin releasing colonial administration records, referred to as the ‘migrated archives’ between April 2012 and November 2013, in accordance with the published timeline on the FCO website. The collection will form record series FCO 141: Foreign and Commonwealth Office and predecessors: Records of Former Colonial Administrations: Migrated Archives. The records cover a wide range of subject matter relating to colonial administration. The material reflects events in the territories generally pre-independence and Her Majesty’s Government’s views at the time.

Following the release of the third tranche of records on 28 September, Diplomatic and Colonial Records Specialist Daniel Gilfoyle discusses the origins of the ‘migrated archives’ and explains how to get the most out of your research.

This release contains records from Bahamas, Ceylon, Cyprus, Jamaica and Malta.

Guide to the third tranche – September 2012 (PDF, 0.33Mb)


Author: Daniel Gilfoyle Duration: 07:02

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