United States. Congress; Taiwan Strait; United States -- Foreign relations -- Taiwan; Taiwan -- Foreign relations -- China; United States -- Foreign relations -- China; Military art and science -- United States -- History -- 20th century;
Press release dated 24 January 1955, re: message to Congress on U.S. defense of the Formosa Straits; 4 pages.
East India Company;Bookkeeping -- England -- History;Account books -- History
Although the account-books of the East India Company for the period 1600-1657 are lost, an almost complete series of minutes and other documents make the exploration of accounting in this great mercantile company possible. The present study...
Reckoning boards;Tallies;Accounting machines -- History
How could our ancestors do accounting while they were still illiterate and had no paper? The answer is that they used the tally and the checkerboard. In medieval Europe, the tally was normally a short stick on which notches were cut to represent...
Accounting -- Societies, etc.;Learned institutions and societies -- Australia;International Accountants Corporation and Bookkeepers Institute of Australasia;International Institute of Accountants
In 1928, the beginnings were laid for the International Accountants Corporation and Bookkeepers Institute of Australasia. This was followed in a few years by the International Institute of Accountants. This was an ambitious move to internationalize...
Accounting -- England -- History;Collins, John, 1625-1683
This article will examine John Collins' textbooks, particularly An Introduction to Merchants Accounts, to consider the influence of merchants' current trading activities upon the accounting texts of seventeenth century England.