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Practising Colonial Medicine: The Colonial Medical Service in British East Africa

HAMILTON, Hugh Brown (1892 - 1960), President: Mitchell Cotts & Co. (EA) Ltd; British East Africa Corporation Ltd; East African Sisal Estates, Ltd, Ruiru, Kenya

Treaty between the British East Africa Company (Great Britain) and King Mwanga of Uganda (Africa), signed at Kampala, 30 March 1892

VALE, Brian (born 1938), Regional Director for Middle East and North Africa, British Council, 1995; retired

ROSE, Martin Tristram (born 1954), Senior Consultant, Middle East and North Africa, British Council, since 2014

LAWRENCE, John (1933 - 2003), Director, Africa and Middle East Division, British Council, 1990–93

STEWART, Donald William (1860 - 1905), Commissioner, East African Protectorate from 1904; British resident, Kumasi, retired

WOOSNAM, Richard Bowen (1880 - 1915), Chief Game Ranger, British East Africa from 1910

DUNDAS, Kenneth Robert (1882 - 1915), Colonial Civil Service; District Commissioner in British East Africa

HATCH, George Pelham (1855 - 1923), late Commandant of Military Force in British East Africa

HUTCHINS, David Ernest (1850 - 1920), Chief Conservator of Forests, British East Africa (retired)

British subversion in French East Africa, 1941-42: SOE's Todd mission

Agreement between Ethiopia and Great Britain relative to the Frontiers between British East Africa, Uganda and Ethiopia, signed at Addis Ababa, 6 December 1907

Convention between France and Great Britain respecting Commercial Relations between France and the British East African Protectorates etc., signed at London, 23 February 1903

Supplementary Agreement between the British East Africa Company (Great Britain) and Zanzibar, signed at Jongeni, 5 March 1891

TAYLOR, James (born 1951), Geographical Director, Africa, Middle East and South Asia, British Council, 2000–03

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

ALLGEYER, Emile Auguste (1856 - 1924), Bishop of Ticelia and Apostolic Vicar of Zanzibar and British East Africa, 1906–13

 

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Comprised the colonies of Kenya, whose 4.9 million population in 1939 included 22,800 Europeans, Uganda (4.2 million including 2,200 Europeans), and Zanzibar (232,000 including 3,000 Europeans), and the mandate of ...

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