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Five plates depict various aspects of Zintgraff's travels. Page 8 17 African majesty: a record of refuge at the court of the King of Bangangté in the French Cameroons. F. Clement C. Egerton. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1939. 348p. map. The author describes in great detail his travels in French Cameroon in 1938. The first part of the account presents Egerton's sojourn in Ebolowa among the Bulu people on his way to Bangangté. However, most of the volume concentrates on the author's several months study with N'Jike II, the tenth king of Bangangté.
Page 7 Travellers' Accounts 15 Lords of the Equator: an African journey. Patrick Balfour. London: Hutchinson, 1939. 282p. This account of the author's travels across the mandated and other territories of Equatorial Africa presents the perceptions of an individual who went only to those places which could be reached by motor transport. One section out of the four which comprise the book describes in detail the author's travels in the mandated territories of Cameroon. The chapter provides an account of the peoples and sights which the author encountered in British and French Cameroon.
French Cameroon became an independent state in 1960, and the southern portion of British Cameroons joined it on October 1, 1961 to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon. The northern portion of British Cameroons became a part of Nigeria. On June 2, 1972 the federation was ended and a unitary state, the United Republic of Cameroon was formed. President Biya altered the name to the Republic of Cameroon (RC) in 1984. Anglophone Cameroon After the removal of the Germans, the British took control of the South Western and North Western portions of Cameroon.