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Cameroon Politics Featured Related Images Print

Cameroon Politics

Left to right: S.T Muna (British Cameroons Minister for Commerce and Industry), W.N.O. Effiom (British Cameroons Minister of Works and Transport), A.N. Jua (British Cameroons Minister of Social Service), P.M.Kale (President of the Kameroun United Party), and J.N.Foncha (Prime Minister of The British Cameroons)

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One of the elephants killed by Sudanese poachers on 5 March 2012, Bouba-Ndjida National Park, Cameroon, Central Africa, Africa Featured Related Images Print

One of the elephants killed by Sudanese poachers on 5 March 2012, Bouba-Ndjida National Park, Cameroon, Central Africa, Africa

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Office of colonial agent Hecker in French Equatorial Africa Featured Related Images Print

Office of colonial agent Hecker in French Equatorial Africa

Office (Factorerie) of colonial agent A. Hecker in Pointe-Noire, a city on the west coast of French Equatorial Africa (Afrique ?atoriale fran?se, AEF; today Republic of the Congo). The colony comprised territories of present-day Chad, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. Date: circa 1910

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