2 edition of French Equatorial Africa and Cameroons. found in the catalog.
French Equatorial Africa and Cameroons.
Great Britain. Naval Intelligence Division.
Written in English
On mounted label: This volume was produced and printed for official purposes during the war 1939-1945. Includes bibliography.
|Series||Geographical handbook series -- B.R. 515|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 524 p. illus., diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||524|
Cameroon history, politics, leaders. Kommissare 14 Jul - 19 Jul Gustav Nachtigal (b. - d. ). In the northwest and west, France ultimately acquired regions that came to be known as French West Africa, French Equatorial Africa, and the French Cameroons, and established protectorates in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. Other French territories were French Somaliland, French .
A committed pan-Africanist, Boganda presided over French Equatorial Africa (the federation of French colonial territories in Central Africa) for two years, working for the emancipation of Africans. English: German colony of Kamerun – Protectorate from , German West Africa until , German North-west Africa until , when renamed Kamerun. Ceded territory by France on 4 Nov. following the Agadir Crisis which becomes Neukamerun, while a small amount of territory east of the Logone River (now Chad) was ceded to French Equatorial Africa from : Augusta
Coordinates. The French Congo (French: Congo français) or Middle Congo (French: Moyen-Congo) was a French colony which at one time comprised the present-day area of the Republic of the Congo and parts of Gabon, and the Central African , it was made part of the larger French Equatorial l: Brazzaville. 1. Bull World Health Organ. ;15() [Observations on the distribution and behavior of anophelines in French Equatorial Africa, the Cameroons and West Africa].Cited by:
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French and Equatorial Africa and Cameroons Hardcover – by J H (Preface by). Godfrey (Author)Author: J H (Preface by). Godfrey. French Equatorial Africa & Cameroons Volume of Its Geographical handbook series, Its Geographical handbook series: Authors: Great Britain. Naval Intelligence Division, Humphrey Edward Gibson Bartlett: Contributor: Great Britain.
Naval Intelligence Division: Publisher: Naval Intelligence Division, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized. French Equatorial Africa & Cameroons Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Hamlet and insanity/sanity Give It A Rest Andakten - 1. Full text of "French Equatorial Africa & Cameroons". Of the 13 cases reported from French Equatorial Africa, 1 1 occurred in Logone, one in Kanem (where there were probably several), and one in Berberati.
During the number of vaccinations performed in French Equatorial Africa wasand in Cameroonspage three - 'en route to africa' page four - 'africa and the sahara' page five - 'french and british nigeria' page six - 'french cameroons and equatorial africa' page seven - 'belgian congo' page eight - 'northern and southern rhodesia' photo album 1.
photo album 2; photo album 3. photo album 4. extras. home. While the French occupied territory of Cameroon was immersed within the ensemble of the French Equatorial Africa, which was directly under French control, although having imposed a constitution on.
Cameroon & French Equatorial Africa, WWII, Maps Description: French Equatorial Africa and Cameroons BR Geographical Handbook Series Preface by J. Godfrey, Director of Naval Intelligence Naval Intelligence Division, December Template:History of Cameroon Cameroun [dubious – discuss] was a French and British [dubious – discuss] mandate territory in central Africa, now constituting the majority of the territory of the Republic of Cameroon.
The area of present-day Cameroon was integrated to French Equatorial Africa (AEF) during the "Scramble for Africa" at the end of the 19th century. The area of present-day Cameroon was claimed by Germany as a protectorate during the "Scramble for Africa" at the end of the 19th World War I, it was occupied by French and Belgian troops.
In it was mandated to Great Britain and France by the League of French mandate was known as Cameroun, in French West British mandate was administered as two Government: Mandate. Encounter, Transformation, and Identity: Peoples of the Western Cameroon Borderlands, (Cameroon Studies) by Ian Fowler and Verkijika G.
Fanso | Jul 1, out of 5 stars 3. Cameroons, Fr. Cameroun, Ger. Kamerun, former German colony, W Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea and extending N to Lake Chad. Germany's penetration of the area began in and by its possession was recognized. A portion of French Equatorial Africa was added in in return for the surrender of German rights in Morocco.
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. Cameroon (kăm'əro͞on`), Fr. Cameroun, officially Republic of Cameroon, republic ( est. pop. 22,),sq mi (, sq km), W central Africa. It is bordered on the southwest by the Gulf of Guinea, on the northwest by Nigeria, on the northeast by Chad, on the southeast by the Central African Republic, and on the south by Congo (Brazzaville), Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea.French Equatorial Africa (French: Afrique-Équatoriale française), or the AEF, was the federation of French colonial possessions in Equatorial Africa, extending northwards from the Congo River into the Sahel, and comprising what are today the countries of Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of the Congo, and Gabon.
Contents. History.Tagged: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo Republic, Equatorial African States, French Equatorial Africa, Gabon With: 0 Comments The French Equatorial Africa chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers.