Colonial Law in Africa, 1920-1945

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12 volumes in Colonial Law in Africa, 1920-1945

Kenya, 1920-1945

The Gazettes for Kenya contain officer appointments throughout. The series for 1944 also contains a list of doctors, nurses and dentists for the colony. Each Gazette includes laws, ordinances, appointments and court judgements. These items cover the legal creation of Kenya as a Colony in 1920, followed by World War...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73273A
  • Keyword:  colonial ww2 african war law race

Kenya, 1920-1945

The Gazettes for Kenya contain officer appointments throughout. The series for 1944 also contains a list of doctors, nurses and dentists for the colony. Each Gazette includes laws, ordinances, appointments and court judgements. These items cover the legal creation of Kenya as a Colony in 1920, followed by World War...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73273A
  • Keyword:  colonial ww2 african war law race

Nigeria (Lagos), 1920-1945

The Gazettes for Nigeria contain officer appointments throughout. Starting with contents pages, these items include both colonial laws passed in Council and Empire-wide notices. Financial records include balance sheets and customs duty tables. These gazettes cover the recruitment of European Reserves during the Aba Women's Riots in 1929. The development...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73273B
  • Keyword:  colonial ww2 african war law race

Zambia (Northern Rhodesia), 1920-1945

The Gazettes for Zambia include officer appointments throughout. Starting with contents pages, these items include official announcements and colonial Government notices. They also contain probate court reports and ordinances. They cover the creation of the Legislative Council for Northern Rhodesia on the 8th May 1924 and the impact of World...

  • Contributor:  British Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Reference:  73273C
  • Keyword:  colonial ww2 african war law race
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