Luapula Province Border Dispute

Luapula Province Border Dispute

This article deals with the disputed area on the borders of the Belgian Congo and Zambia, in Luapula Province.

Read more about Luapula Province Border Dispute:  Origins in The 1894 Treaty, Belgian Interests, 18 November 1958, 22 December 1958, 20 March 1961, 17 April 1961, 29 April 1961, February 1965, 30 April 1965, 30 September 1966, November 1966, 1968, 30 September 1967, Putting All Together Now, Important Dates, Local Names of British Officers, Missions in Chienge, Game Found in Mweru Area, 1908–56, Artisans, Trade

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