Kakungulu and the Creation of Uganda, 1868-1928 (Eastern African Studies)
By: Michael Twaddle (author)Paperback
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The author examines the life of Kakungulu and his role in the creation of the imperial state. Was this man regarded as 'a hero', 'a collaborator', or 'a warlord'? His story reveals the dilemma for a whole generation of East Africans at the turn of the nineteenth century. North America: Ohio U Press; Uganda: Fountain Publishers
The road to Rakai 1868-88; conflict in Buganda 1888-90; the British colony entry 1890-93; competing in honour 1893-99; a native collector 1899-1901; Kabaka of Bukedi 1901-4; expansion and resistance 1904-6; transfer to Bosoga 1906-13; withdrawal to Gangama 1913-20; counting costs 1920-28.
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