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British East Africa

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

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

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

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

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain settling the Boundary between German East Africa and Uganda, signed at Brussels, 14 May 1910

Slave Trade Treaty between Great Britain and the Queen of Mohilla (East Africa), signed at Fumbani, 16 September 1854

Slave Trade Treaty between Great Britain and a principal Chief of Comoro (East Africa), signed at Ytsanda, 20 September 1854

Slave Trade Treaty between Great Britain and the Chiefs of Epé (East Africa), signed 28 September 1854

Convention between Great Britain and Johanna (East Africa) for the Suppression of Slavery and the Slave Trade, signed at Bambao, 10 October 1882

Convention between Great Britain and Mohilla (East Africa) for the Suppression of Slavery and the Slave Trade, signed at Doani, 24 October 1882

Arrangement between Germany and Great Britain respecting the Suppression of the Slave Trade in East Africa, signed at London, 3/5 November 1888

Protocol between Germany and Great Britain for the Delimitation of the Boundary in East Equatorial Africa (Lake Jipe), signed at Taveta, 27 October 1892

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain respecting Boundaries in East Africa, signed at Berlin, 25 July 1893

Further Agreement between Germany and Great Britain with reference to their Spheres of Influence in East Africa, signed at London, 2/8 July 1887

Protocol between Germany and Great Britain describing the Frontier between the Uganda Protectorate and German East Africa, signed at Kamwezi, 30 October 1911

 

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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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