Basutoland


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a landlocked constitutional monarchy in southern Africa

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1981) Chiefdom Politics and Alien Law: Basutoland under Cape rule.
Voir Nos missions: La Congregation des Soeurs des Saints-Noms de Jesus et de Marie (Outremont, maison mere, 1936), Les Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie au Japon et au Basutoland (Outremont, Montreal, maison mere, 1940), Les Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie: au Basutoland.
Some, like Monts'o, settled there and did not come back to Basutoland.
Report on Economic Survey Mission (1960), Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland, London: H.
The Marashea gang had developed initially around migrants from Basutoland (now the country of Lesotho).
Six people sat down to a meal at the headquarters of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society in Basutoland (Lesotho) in December 1920.
For the class "B" Mandates, the Committee proposed that "the Mandatory should divide the territory into tribal areas and appoint administrators with powers as Mandatories of these areas with the object of developing native governments similar to that existing in Basutoland, machinery to be introduced into the terms of all sub-mandates for the due consideration of grievances and of claims to a share in the government.
A little larger than Wales and home to about half a million people, Basutoland was suffering economic hardship following a drought and famine.
But the fact is that the British relinquished the Sudan, the Gold Coast, Somaliland, Nigeria, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Tanganyika, Nyasaland, Northern Rhodesia, Swaziland, Basutoland, and Bechuanaland within a matter of a few years.
Alan Rogers (front) leads the Basutoland national team to training on horseback in 1965
These links date back to the era of South African expansion, when the Union of South Africa--during the premierships of Louis Botha and Jan Smuts--was intent on incorporating not only SWA but also Rhodesia and the three British High Commission Territories (also known as "Protectorates") of Bechuanaland, Basutoland and Swaziland.
She was appointed to serve on the High Commission Territories Nursing Council, the British governing body for Swaziland, Basutoland (Lesotho), and Bechuanaland (Botswana).
LESOTHO# Formerly known as Basutoland, Lesotho became independent from Britain in 1966.
Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie : Les soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie au Japon et au Basutoland.