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Published by University of Aberdeen, Department of Geography in Aberdeen .
Written in English


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SeriesO"Dell memorial monographs -- no.7.
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Open LibraryOL16569183M

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Chiefs and the State in Independent Zambia. A guide to the administrative boundaries of Northern Rhodesia. The attempt to introduce an element of Indirect Rule into Northern Rhodesia after. Chapter 4 Colonialism and the African Experience Berlin Conference of – when all the European powers met and partitioned Africa, recognizing each other’s share of the continent. The conference was called to reach agreement on imperial boundaries so as to avoid any future conflict among European powers. Following World. Rhodes House, Oxford, MSS. Afr. S. Williams (Theodore R.) Administrative Officer, Northern Rhodesia: Diaries, 3 Volumes; letters home, 3 Volumes. 2 In , the territories of what would later become Northern Rhodesia and later still the Republic of Zambia, became subject to the British Crown and part of the Empire. South and East African Year Book and Guide for , 26th issue Samler Brown, A and Gordon Brown, G (Editors) under General Northey, pushed the Germans from their administrative centre at Liwale. to avoid which the German Commander turned south into Northern Rhodesia. This was at the beginning of November, and a few days later the.