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Title The Evils of Deportation in Uganda under British Rule
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1948-1950
Document Type Report, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference G 3 A 7/7
Region Africa
Names Semakula Mulumba, Mr I. K .Musazi (President of the Uganda African Farmers' Union), Mr James Griffiths (Colonial Secretary) (p1), Sir John Hathorn Hall (Governor of Uganda) (pp1, 6)
Places Uganda
Topics report, missionary papers, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism, nationalism, British Government (p1), Colonial Office (p1), Government of Uganda (p1), deportation, deportees (p4), conditions of deportation (p6), exile, disturbances, riots, political agitation, Uganda African Farmers' Union (pp1-2), commission of inquiry, African king (p2), African chiefs (p2), trade, cotton industry, Indian cotton buyers (pp2, 6), trade unionism (p3), co-operative movement (p3), communism (p3), Bataka elders (pp3, 6), Uganda Herald (p3), British Legion (p3), Kingdon Report (pp1, 3), high treason (p4), United Nations Charter (p4), war, Second World War, recruitment of African soldiers (p5), land legislation (p5), arbitrary powers (p5), fascism, Hitler (p5), anti-British sentiment (p6), militant organisation (p6)
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