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British Central Africa

WHEELER, William (died 1926), Treasurer, British Central Africa Protectorate, 1892–1920

CULLEN, Percy (1861 - 1918), RNR; late Commanding Naval Forces in British Central Africa

Parcel Post Arrangement between the British Central Africa Protectorate (Great Britain) and Zanzibar, signed at Zanzibar/Zomba, 29 April/4 June 1904

Treaty between Great Britain and Kanga, Chief of the Mitshesi Pass, North M'Lanje (Africa), signed at Fort Lister, North M'Lanje, British Central Africa, 12 July 1893

ELBORN, Peter Leonard (born 1945), Regional Director, East and Central Africa, and Director, Kenya, British Council, 2000–04

Treaty between Great Britain and the Sovereign of the Kingdorn of Bornoo (Central Africa), signed 3 September 1852

Treaty between Great Britain and the Sultan of Sokoto (Central Africa), signed at Wurno, 2 May 1853

Convention between France and Great Britain respecting Newfoundland and West and Central Africa, signed at London, 8 April 1904

‘An intricate and distasteful subject’: British Planning for the Use of Force Against the European Settlers of Central Africa, 1952–65

John Stuart. British Missionaries and the End of Empire: East, Central, and Southern Africa, 1939–64.

Treaty between Great Britain and Kaduya, M'Kanda, and M'Kamula, Chiefs of the Matshemba country, signed at Fort Lister, North M'Lanje, British Central Africa, 12 July 1893

Universal Postal Convention between the Argentine Republic, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Greater Republic of Central America, Chile, Colombia, Congo Free State, Corea, Costa Rica, Denmark and Colonies, Ecuador, Egypt, France and Colonies, Germany and Protectorates, Great Britain and Colonies and India, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Luxemburg, Mexico, Montenegro, Netherlands and Colonies, Norway, Paraguay, Persia, Peru, Portugal and Colonies, Roumania, Russia, Servia, Siam, South African Republic, Spain and Colonies, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis, Turkey, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela, signed at Washington, 15 June 1897

 

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Comprised the colonies of Northern Rhodesia (1.5 million blacks, 14,300 whites) and Southern Rhodesia (1.4 million blacks, 65,000 whites), and the Protectorate of Nyasaland (1.8 million blacks, 1,800 whites). About ...

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