Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland

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Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland

a federation (1953--63) of Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, and Nyasaland
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Nevertheless, Washington could not ignore the situation in the Central African Federation.
The United States government demonstrated consistent interest in the problems of the Central African Federation and the issue of Rhodesian independence, but its approach to these problems was not homogenous.
The following year, the Central African Federation was dissolved.
Northern Rhodesia's victory was the final blow to the white controlled Central African Federation.
59) Kambona's main task was to work towards establishing East and Central African Federation.
The Emergency triggered the end of the Central African Federation, the rise of nationalism and the emergence of Dr Hastings Banda as the undisputed nationalist leader.
Presbyterians campaigned openly and successfully against the Central African Federation, and the Watchtower agent, Joseph Booth, indirectly helped to trigger the Nyasaland Native Rising of 1915.
Sir Roy Welensky, prime minister of the Central African Federation, and Dr Hastings Banda, prime minister of Malawi, gave me interviews, but Nyerere didn't see me, I said.
Africa, especially the Central African Federation where a State of Emergency had been declared in Nyasaland, was high on the political agenda.
The second half of the book is devoted to the years after 1945 during which Malawi's peoples faced one of their greatest political challenges white settler nationalism and the resulting imposition of the Central African Federation.
The government agencies commissioning the films seem to have had two major purposes: the first was to educate (or, more accurately, indoctrinate) colonial subjects in modernizing techniques such as new agricultural methods; the second--and more disturbing--was to produce political propaganda, particularly in support of the highly unpopular Central African Federation of the Rhodesias and Nyasaland in the 1950s.
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