British Colonialism and Nationalism in Uganda 1946-1960s

  • Farouk BENABDI University of Mustapha Stambouli Mascara - Algeria
Keywords: Great Brtain, Uganda, Colonialism, Nationalism

Abstract

Uganda is known for having been a British protectorate for decades. The evolution of its colonial history makes it an exception in comparison with the other African colonies under British monopoly. Indeed, when the British came to the area, they could establish strong relations with the natives, in particular the powerful Bugandans, easing their establishment. However, resistance was organized and led to the outbreak of nationalism. Therefore, this paper is a tentative attempt to show how the British settled down in the area, how Ugandan nationalism rose and the extent of its success.

Published
2018-08-31
How to Cite
BENABDI, F. (2018). British Colonialism and Nationalism in Uganda 1946-1960s. Traduction Et Langues, 17(01), 43-51. Retrieved from http://www.univ-oran2.dz/revuetranslang/index.php/translang/article/view/68