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Season 1 Episode 1
A brief history of Southern Cameroons / Ambazonia from early 1900s to 1954, describing British and French mandate and trusteeship periods of administration under the League of Nations and the United Nations, the rise of a political class in the persons of Endeley, Mbile, Foncha, Muna, Kale and others, the journey through the Eastern Region of Nigeria to the creation of the first quasi-regional government of Southern Cameroons in Buea in 1954
Season 1 Episode 0
An introduction to Southern Cameroons, comparing and contrasting the Trust Territory of Southern Cameroons to The Trust Territory of French Cameroun at the end of 1959. Southern Cameroons was the name of the southern half of the former Trust Territory of British Cameroons and existed existed legally from October 1, 1954 to September 30, 1961 This southern part of the territory was previously called Cameroons province, which was administered as a part of the Southern Protectorate of Nigeria from 1923 to 1954. This episode provides a backdrop to current events in Cameroon.