What are dominions?

Some articles on dominions, dominion:

High Commissioner (Commonwealth) - History - Dominions
... The first dominion High Commissioner was appointed by Canada as its envoy in London in 1880 he was Alexander Tilloch Galt, a prominent Canadian politician ... Still, the Imperial government did not yet appoint High Commissioners to the Dominions, where the crown was already represented by the relevant ... began to prove problematic after the First World War when the Dominions demanded a far greater degree of control over their foreign affairs ...
Broken Sky - Setting - The Dominions
... The Dominions are a varied yet sun-washed continent, with mountainous rocky plains to the north, arid deserts in the south, green steppes in the east, wind-swe ... The people of the Dominions are tanned, and generally Caucasian ...
Reduction (Sweden) - Results - The Foreign Dominions
... The reductions had major consequences in the Swedish foreign dominions ... the Swedish riksdag and native landowners in the dominions ... nobels claimed that the Swedish Crown thereby ignored the local laws in the dominions ...
A. Berriedale Keith - Works - Constitutional Law and History
... (1907) Responsible Government in the Dominions 1st edition, 1x vol. 1928) Imperial Unity and the Dominions (1916) The Belgian Congo and the Berlin Act (1919) The British Cabinet System The Causes of the War The Constitution of England ... Ltd, London (1936) The Privileges and Rights of the Crown The Dominions as Sovereign States ...
Swedish Empire - Dominions
... See also Dominions of Sweden As a result of eighteen years of war, Sweden gained small and scattered possessions, but had secured control of three principal rivers in northern ...