• M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


British East Africa consists of a large area on the mainland, together with the Islands of Zanzibar and Pemba. For details as to international agreements, &c, with regard to the British sphere in East Africa, see THE STATESMAN’S YEAR-BOOK for 1907, pp. 216 and 217.


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Books of Reference

Africa: Ascension Island. See St. Helena. British East Africa.: Books of Reference concerning British East Africa.

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Bechuanaland Protectorate.: References.

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Southern Rhodesia.: Books of Reference concerning Southern and Northern Rhodesia.

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Swaziland.: Books of Reference

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British Mandated Territories in Africa (Tanganyika, Cameroons, and Togoland). Tanganyika Territory (Late German East Africa).: Books of Reference.

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