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British mandates for the Cameroons, Togoland and East Africa

British mandates for the Cameroons, Togoland and East Africa

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Administration.,
  • Cameroon -- History.,
  • Togo -- History.,
  • Africa, East -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreHistory.
    SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-631
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19603568M

    Abstract. British East Africa consists of a large area on the mainland, together with the Islands of Zanzibar and Pemba. For details as to international agreements, etc., with regard to the British sphere in East Africa, see The Statesman’s Year-Book for , pp. and Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. JOURNEY OF THE CLIMB (Adventures of a Wannapreneur) Full text of "Cameroons And Togoland .

    British Togoland (eastern Ghana) British Cameroons (split between Nigeria and Cameroon) British Egypt. Khedivate of Egypt; German East Africa (Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania) German South-West Africa French Mandate of Syria And Lebanon; Netherlands. Jemen, Al Mukha (Mocca). Great Britain. Parliament papers Cmd. I British mandates for the Cameroon, Togoland and East Africa. Alberta (E). Great Britain. Parliament paper Cmd. Agreement on commercial and economic co-operation between the government of the United Kingdom and the government of the Federal Reublic of Cameroon. London, J Alberta.

      It fought the French and other forces until In , part of Cameroon became independent as the Republic of Cameroon. Its president was Ahmadou Ahidjo. In , a part of British Cameroons united with it to become the Federal Republic of Cameroon. In , it took the name the United Republic of Cameroon and in , the Republic of Cameroon. The campaign in West Africa during the Great War is overshadowed by the more famous fight agains the elusive German genius of guerilla warfare, Gen. von Lettow-Vorbeck in East Africa. This account by the British Commander in West Africa, redresses the balance. Gorges describes the Anglo-French invasion and occupation of Togoland, Germany’s west African colony, and the more difficult and.


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British mandates for the Cameroons, Togoland and East Africa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. British mandates for the Cameroons, Togoland and East Africa. [Great Britain. Parliament.; League of Nations. Council.;]. TOGOLAND ANO EAST AFRICA BRITISH MANDATE FOR THE CAMEROONS Th~ Council of th~ Leagu~of N3tions; Wh~n:asby Arlid~ of th~ Trealy of Peace Wilh Gennany signeCameroons, and.

Buy British Mandates For The Cameroons, Togoland And East Africa by Colonial Office. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Colonial Office. The Togoland Campaign (9–26 August ) was a French and British invasion of the German colony of Togoland in west Africa, which began the West African Campaign of the First World colonial forces withdrew from the capital Lomé and the coastal province, to fight delaying actions on the route north to Kamina, where the Kamina Funkstation (wireless transmitter) linked the Location: German Togoland, (modern Togo and.

British Cameroon or British Cameroons was a British Mandate territory in British West Africa, formed of Northern Cameroons and SouthernNorthern Cameroons forms parts of the Borno, Adamawa, and Taraba states of Nigeria, and the self-declared independent state of Southern Cameroons was renamed Ambazonia, the latter considered internationally to be part of l: Buea.

Togoland, former German protectorate, western Africa, now divided between the Republics of Togo and Ghana. Togoland cove square miles (90, square km) between the British Gold Coast colony to the west and French Dahomey to the east. Inhabited by a mixture of Ewe and other peoples, it.

A League of Nations mandate was a legal status for certain territories transferred from the control of one country to another following World War I, or the legal instruments that contained the internationally agreed-upon terms for administering the territory on behalf of the League of were of the nature of both a treaty and a constitution, which contained minority rights clauses.

Togoland was a Togoland and East Africa book Empire protectorate in West Africa from toencompassing what is now the nation of Togo and most of what is now the Volta Region of Ghana, approximat km 2 (29, sq mi) in size. During the period known as the "Scramble for Africa", the colony was established in and was gradually extended the outbreak of the First World War inthe.

Cameroon - Cameroon - British Cameroons (–61) and French Cameroun (–60): In World War I British, French, and Belgian troops drove the Germans into exile, beginning a period of British rule in two small portions and French rule in the remainder of the territory.

These League of Nations mandates (later United Nations [UN] trusts) were referred to as French Cameroun and British Cameroons. Anyone interested in the campaigns in Togoland, Cameroons and German South West Africa may like to know of the Naval & Military Press recent reprint of the History of the Great War: Medical Services General History.

Volume 1 by Major-General W.G. Macpherson includes the three African campaigns but not East Africa. Any suggestions as to why this is. This volume of the Official History of The Great War covers the little-known Togoland and Cameroon campaigns, in which British and French-led African troops took over the two German colonies.

The Togoland campaign was wrapped up in Augustwhile the Cameroons – where natural obstacles and hazards were severe – ended successfully in. All Class A mandates reached full independence by Class B mandates consisted of the former German-ruled African colonies of Tanganyika, parts of Togoland and the Cameroons, and Ruanda-Urundi.

The Allied powers were directly responsible for the administration of these mandates but were subject to certain controls intended to protect the. 1 I use the term “German Togoland” here to differentiate the colony from the later British and French mandates and trusteeships.

“British Togoland” today comprises most of the Volta Region of Ghana, while “French Togoland” is the present-day nation of Togo. Hereafter I will refer to the German colony simply as “Togoland” and to the collective group of Africans who lived under. The fighting mainly took place within Germany’s colonial holdings, with the Union of South Africa fighting under the British flag in German South West Africa, and the British and French fighting in Togoland, the Cameroons and then finally in German East Africa.

Togoland would be the first Entente victory of. With a multidisciplinary perspective, Planning Power examines British and French colonial town and country planning efforts in Africa. Drawing out similarities in the colonial administrative and economic strategies of the two powers, rather than emphasizing the differences, the book offers an unusually nuanced view of African planning systems in a time of upheaval and political change.

trusteeship, territorial, system of UN control for territories that were not self-governing. It replaced the mandates mandates, system of trusteeships established by Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations for the administration of former Turkish territories and of former German colonies.

Why Were Boundaries Stable Following Decolonization. Induring the era of independence, the Organization of African Union agreed to a policy of inviolable borders, which dictated that colonial-era boundaries were to be upheld, with one caveat.

Due to the French policy of governing their colonies as large federated territories, several countries were created out of each of France's. Historical Map of Sub-Saharan Africa (20 July - League of Nations Mandates: Following the Treaty of Versailles the newly-formed League of Nations granted the victorious Allies mandates over the colonies they had conquered from the Germans.

South West Africa was designated a Class C Mandate—to be administered as an integral territory—and assigned to South Africa in December British Cameroons synonyms, British Cameroons pronunciation, British Cameroons translation, English dictionary definition of British Cameroons.

A former British mandate and trust territory of western Africa, divided in between Nigeria and Cameroon. pl n a former British. Abstract.

British East Africa consists of a large area on the mainland, together with the Islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.

For details as to international agreements, &c, with regard to the British sphere in East Africa, see THE STATESMAN’S YEAR-BOOK forpp. and.

After World War I the former German colonies of Togoland and Kamerun were each divided between Britain and France as League of Nations h Togoland was administered from the Gold Coast, the British Cameroons from Nigeria.

In they were redefined as United Nations trusteeships (see Trusteeship Council). British West Africa came to an end when Western-educated Africans. British Mandates for the Cameroons, Togoland and East Africa. January, United Kingdom Command (Cmd.) British Order in Council providing for the Administration of the Mandated Territory of the British Cameroons.

Order in Council providing for the Administration of the Nigeria Protectorate and Cameroons under British Mandate.Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Great Britain.

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