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Tables of Contents for Mandates and Empire
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgments
vii
 
List of Abbreviations
viii
 
Map of Africa, 1931
x
 
Introduction
1
7
The Great War and Imperial Expansion
8
20
The New Scramble For Africa
9
5
Lloyd George, Wilson, and ``Self-Determination''
14
7
Annexation vs. Internationalization
21
4
Preparing for the Paris Peace Conference
25
3
Reforming European Imperialism, 1919
28
19
Wilson and the Fight for Mandates
29
5
Milner and Simon
34
5
``Nomansland,'' The Duala, and French Resistance
39
5
The Lone ``B'' Mandate?
44
3
Accommodating the League of Nations, 1920
47
13
``The Tanganyika Territory''
47
5
French Capitulation
52
6
``There is No More Annexation''
58
2
The United States, Germany, and the Permanent Mandates Commission, 1921-1925
60
17
America's Departure and Demands
60
3
Germany's Protests
63
4
Geneva and the PMC
67
6
Lugard and the League
73
4
The British Mandates between Theory and Practice, 1921-1925
77
27
Slavery and Land Legislation
79
5
Rwanda and Religious Freedom
84
8
Military Recruitment and Africans
92
6
Cameron, Indians, and White Settlers
98
4
``Mandated Territory and League of Nations Stupidities''
102
2
The French Mandates between Theory and Practice, 1921-1925
104
18
``Separate and Autonomous''
104
9
Military Recruitment and Africans
113
4
African Protest and the League
117
4
International Criticism and Imperial Legitimacy
121
1
Germany Joins the League: The British Mandates, 1926-1929
122
23
Chamberlain Confronts the PMC
123
6
Dr Kastl and Kenya
129
6
Cameron's Mandated Territory
135
8
The British Empire as Article 22
143
2
Germany Joins the League: The French Mandates, 1926-1929
145
12
French Fears and Colonial Control
146
3
The Return of the Bund
149
5
Taxation and Labor Laws
154
3
Mandate and Empire in British East Africa, 1929-1931
157
30
The ``Closer Union'' Debate, 1919-1929
158
6
Labour's White Papers
164
6
Lugard's Questions
170
7
The Law Officers' Answers
177
8
The Failure of ``Closer Union''
185
2
Conclusions
187
6
Appendices
193
8
A Article 22 of the League of Nations Covenant
193
1
B Text of the Mandate for the Tanganyika Territory
194
3
C Text of the Mandates for Togo and Cameroon
197
2
D Constitution of the Permanent Mandates Commission
199
2
Notes
201
72
Bibliography
273
12
Index
285