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Title:Anglo-German Relations in Uganda, 1890-1892
Author:Gray, John M.
Year:1960
Periodical:The Journal of African History
Volume:1
Issue:2
Pages:281-297
Language:English
Geographic terms:Kenya
Great Britain
Germany
Subjects:history
foreign policy
colonialism
History and Exploration
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/180246
Abstract:This study deals with the expedition of Emin Pasha into the interior of the African continent which started in April 1890. The author draws the history of this expedition - in a period in which Uganda stood in the warm attention of German, British as well as French aspirations - from several lettres written by Emin Pasha, Stuhl - mann and Lugard. Emin's aim was to reach Buganda to revive there his friendly relations with the King. The Anglo-German Agreement of 1 july 1890 prevented him to fulfil his original mission to frustate England's attempts at gaining influence un Uganda. Footnotes, Appendix.
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