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ALGERIA

Other names: al-Jazā’ir, Algiers, Barbary Coast, French Possessions in the North of Africa, Possessions Françaises dans le Nord de l'Afrique, French Algeria, République Algérienne, People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, Algerian State 

  • Algiers
  • Bone (Bona)
  • Bougie
  • Constantine
  • Honaine (Oney)
  • Spanish Oran
  • French Sahara (1957-1962)
  • Kel Ahaggar
  • Tuggurt
  • ANGOLA
    Other name: Portuguese West Africa, República de Angola, Democratic and People's Republic of Angola 
  • Alternative government: UNITA (1975-2002)
  • Cabinda
  • Angolan traditional states
  • Kongo kingdom
  • Kasanzi (Kazanye)
  • Kanhama
  • Ndongo
  • Ngoya
  • Ovimbundu states
  • Cingolo
  • Ciyaka
  • Gumba
  • Kalembe
  • Kalukembe
  • Mbailundu
  • Ndulu
  • Ngalangi
  • Sambu
  • Viye
  • Wambu
  • BENIN
    Other name: Dahomey, Benin, Établissements Français du Golfe de Benin, French Establishments in the Gulf of Benin, Republic of Dahomey, People's Republic of Benin, Republic of Benin  

  • French Contou
  • French Porto-Novo
  • São João Baptista de Ajudá (1680-1961)
  • English Whydah: Fort William (1681-1812)
  • French Ouidah: Fort St. Louis (1671-1797)
  • Benin traditional states
  • Agwe
  • Ajache Ipo (Porto Novo)
  • Alada
  • Bouay
  • Danhome (Dahomey)
  • Dassa
  • Fitta
  • Gwande
  • Icha
  • Jugu (Sugu)
  • Kandi
  • Ketu
  • Kika
  • Kwande
  • Ilesha
  • Nikki
  • Paraku
  • Sabe
  • Sandiro
  • Savalu
  • Savi Hweda (Whydah)
  • BOTSWANA
    Other name: Bechuanaland

  • Botswan traditional states
  • baRôlông
  • baKwêna
  • baNgwaketse
  • baNgwato
  • baTawana
  • baKgatla
  • baLete (baMalete)
  • baTlôkwa
  • BURKINA FASO
    Other names: Upper Volta, Voltaic Republic, République Voltaïque, Upper Ivory Coast, Haute Côte d'Ivoire, Haute-Volta
     
    Burkina Faso traditional states
     
  • Mossi states
  • Wogodogo
  • Yatenga
  • Tenkodogo
  • Gurma
  • Bilanga
  • Bilayanga
  • Bongandini
  • Con
  • Kuala
  • Macakoali
  • Nungu
  • Pamma
  • Piala
  • Other important states
  • Gurunsi
  • Liptako
  • Gwiriko
  • BURUNDI
    Other name: Urundi, Kingdom of Burundi, Ruanda-Urundi

    CAMEROON
    Other names: État du Cameroun, Republic of Cameroon, Federal Republic of Cameroon, United Republic of Cameroon, German North-West Africa, German Kamerun, French Cameroun, British Cameroons

  • Ambas Bay (Victoria colony)
  • German Kamerun
  • British Cameroons
  • French Cameroons
  • Cameroon traditional states
  • Babete
  • Babungo
  • Bafang
  • Bafou
  • Bafut
  • Bakong
  • Bali-Kumbat
  • Bali-Nyonga
  • Bambalang
  • Bamoun (Bamun)
  • Bana
  • Bandenkop
  • Bandja
  • Bandjoun
  • Banfelouk
  • Bangang-Kokam
  • Bangou
  • Bankim (Kimi)
  • Banyo
  • Batcha
  • Batibo
  • Beba
  • Batoufam
  • Bibemi
  • Bonaku (Akwa)
  • Bonebela
  • Bonanjo (Douala)
  • Buea (Gbea)
  • Esu
  • Fonfuka (Bum)
  • Garoua
  • Kedjom
  • Kedjom Keku
  • Kedjom Ketinguh
  • Kedjom Fingye
  • Kom
  • Kontsha
  • Kungi
  • Limbe (Victoria)
  • Magba
  • Mandara (Wandala)
  • Mankon
  • Maroua
  • N'Gaoundere
  • Nkar
  • Nso (Nsaw)
  • Rey Bouba
  • Talla
  • Tibati
  • Wonyangomba (Bonangomba)
  • CABO VERDE (CAPE VERDE)
    Other names: Cape Verde Islands, Cabo Verde, Republic of Cape Verde


    CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

    Other names: République Centrafricaine, Ubangui-Bomu, Haut-Oubangui, Haut-Chari, Oubangui-Chari, Central African Empire, Empire Centrafricain, Ködörösêse tî Bêafrîka

    CHAD
    Other names: Tchad, Territory of Chad, Republic of Chad, République du Tchad
    COMOROS
    Other names: Comore, Ngazidja (Grande Comore), Ndzuwani (Anjouan), Mwali (Mohéli), French Comoros
     
  • Grande Comore
  • Bambao
  • Itsandra
  • Mitsamihuli
  • Bajini
  • Hambu
  • Washili
  • Hamahame
  • Mbude
  • Hamamvu
  • Mbaku
  • La Dombe
  • Ngazidja (Grand Comore)
  • Anjouan
  • Ndzuwani
  • Mohéli
  • Mwali
  • CONGO (Brazzaville)
    Other names: République du Congo, French Congo, Moyen Congo, Middle Congo, Republic of the Congo, People's Republic of Congo

  • French Equatorial Africa (1886-1960)
  • New Cameroon (1916-1921)


  • CONGO (Kinshasa)
    Other names: République Démocratique du Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC, Congo Free State, Belgian Congo, Zaire, République du Zaïre

    Provinces and Former Provinces 
      of Congo (Kinshasa)
     
  • Orientale
  • Bas-Uélé
  • Haut-Congo
  • Haut-Uélé
  • Kibali-Ituri
  • Orientale
  • Tshopo
  • Uélé
  • Équateur
  • Équateur
  • Cuvette Centrale
  • Moyen-Congo
  • Nord-Ubangi
  • Sud-Ubangi
  • Ubangi
  • Kasaï
  • Kasaï
  • Kasaï Central
  • Lomami
  • Luluabourg
  • Sud-Kasaï (South Kasai)
  • Mwene Ditu
  • État Minier du Sud Kasai
  • Unité Kasaïenne
  • Kasaï Orientale
  • Kasaï Occidental
  • Katanga
  • Haut-Katanga
  • Haut-Lomami
  • Katanga
  • Katanga Oriental
  • Lualaba
  • Nord-Katanga
  • Sud-Katanga
  • Union Minière du Haut Katagna
  • Kivu
  • Kivu
  • Maniema
  • Nord-Kivu
  • Kivu Central
  • Sud-Kivu
  • Kinshasa
  • Bandundu
  • Kinshasa
  • Léopoldville
  • Kongo Central
  • Kwango
  • Kwilu
  • Mai-Ndombe

  • Provinces from 2015

    CÔTE D'IVORIE
    Other names: Assinie, Grand Bassam, République de Côte d'Ivoire, Ivory Coast, Côte d'Or, French Gold Coast, Établissements Français de la Côte d'Or, French Establishments in the Gold Coast


    DJIBOUTI
    Other names: Jibuti, Jabuuti, Gabuuti, Obock and Protectorate of Tadjoura, Obock and Protectorates of the Somali Coast and Dankils Countries, Obock et Protectorats de la Côte des Somalis et des pays Dankils, French Coast of the Somalis, Côte Française des Somalis et Dépendances, French Somaliland, Côte Française des Somalis et Dépendances, Afars and Issas Territory, Territoire Français des Afars et des Issas


    EGYPT

    Other name: Misr, Aegypti, Aigýptou, Égypte, Mameluke Sultanate, Eyalet-i Mısr, Khedivate of Egypt, Sultanate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, United Arab Republic, Egyptian Region

  • Suez Canal Zone (1855-1956)
  • EQUATORIAL GUINEA
    Other names: Guinea Ecuatorial, Guinée Équatoriale, Fernando Póo, Annobón, Río Muni, Spanish Guinea,  Spanish Territories in the Gulf of Guinea, Territorios Españoles del Golfo de Guinea,  Autonomous Community of Equatorial Guinea, Comunidad Autónoma de Guinea Ecuatorial, Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  • Annobón
  • Provinces 1959-1968
  • Equatorial Guinea traditional states
  • Bubi
  • Cabo San Juan/Corisco
  • Cabo San Juan
  • Corisco
  • ERITREA
    Other names: Ertra, Iritrīyā, Arkiko, Assab, Massawa, Italian Eritrea, Eritrean Autonomous State, Eritrea province

    ESWATINI (SWAZILAND)
    Other name: Eswatini, eSwatini, weSwatini, Swazieland, Kingdom of Swaziland

    ETHIOPIA
    Other names: Ītyōppyā, Axum (Aksum), Abyssinia, Italian East Africa, Ethiopian Empire, People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
     
       
  • Ethiopian National Regional  States
  • Afar state
  • Amhara state
  • Benishangul-Gumuz state
  • Gambella People's state
  • Harari People's state
  • Oromiya state
  • Sidama state
  • Somali state
  • Southern Nations, Nationalities and
  •    People's State
  • Tigray
  • City Administrations
  • Addis Ababa
  • Dire Dawa

  •  
    Ethiopian border states
     
  • Walayta
  • Jima
  • Walayta
  • Bosha
  • Sheka
  • Leqa 
  • Leqa Naqamte
  • Leqa Qellam
  • Giba states
  • Limu-'Enarya
  • Goma
  • Guma
  • Gera
  • Jima
  • Janjaro
  • Gimirra (Chako state)
  • Amarro
  • Janjaro
  • Kafa
  • Kafa
  • Konta
  • Dauro
  • Yefat/Harar
  • Harar
  • Walo
  • Awsa
  • Afar Sultanate of Awsa
  • GABON
    Other names: République Gabonaise, Gabonese Republic, French Gulf of Guinea settlements

  • Gabon and Dependencies 1839-1886

  • Traditional States
  • Orungu
  • Mpongwe
  • Olamba
  • THE GAMBIA
    Other names: Gambia, Courlander Gambia, Fort James, Dutch Gambia, French Gambia, British Gambia, Bathurst colony, Senegambia, Senegambia Confederation, Republic of The Gambia, Islamic Republic of The Gambia


    GHANA
    Other names: Ashanti, English Gold Coast, British Gold Coast, Gold Coast, Gold Coast Territory

  • Northern Territories (1897-1957)
  • Gold Coast Colony Region (1945-1953)
  • Danish Gold Coast
  • Dutch Gold Coast
  • Prussian (Brandenburger) Gold Coast
  • Portuguese Gold Coast
  • Swedish Gold Coast
  • Ghana traditional states
  • Gã  (Nkran)
  • Fanti Confederation
  • Adanse
  • Ahanta
  • Akuapem
  • Akuapem Okere
  • Akuapem Anafo
  • Akuapem Guan
  • Akwamu
  • Akyem Abuakwa (Okyeman)
  • Akyem Bosume
  • Akyem Kotoku
  • Anomabu
  • Asanteman Confederation (Kumaseman)
  • Assin Apimenem
  • Assin Atandaso
  • Banda
  • Banda Ahenkro
  • Banda Dorbour
  • Bono-Tekyiman
  • Denkyira
  • Dwaben (Juaben)
  • Dwaben (Juaben)
  • Effutu
  • New Dwaben (New Juaben)
  • Gomoa
  • Gyaaman (Bonduku or Abron)
  • Kumawu
  • Mampong
  • Manya Krobo
  • Oguaa
  • Sefwi-Wiawso
  • Sekondi
  • Wassa-Amenfi
  • Wassa-Fiase
  • Wenchi
  • Western Nzima
  • Yilo Krobo
  • Northern states
  • Dagomba (Dagbong)
  • Gonja
  • Mamprusi (Dagbama)
  • Nanumba
  • Wa
  • Ewe states
  • Anlo
  • Asogli
  • Kpando
  • Peki (Krepi)
  • Trans Volta states
  • Avatime
  • Likpe
  • Santrokofi
  • GUINEA
    Other names: République de Guinée, Riviéres du Sud, French Guinea, Guinée Française, Établissements des Riviéres du Sud, People's Revolutionary Republic of Guinea, Republic of Guinea


    GUINEA-BISSAU
    Other names: Bissau, Cacheu, Portuguese Guinea, República da Guiné-Bissau, Republic of Guinea-Bissau.

  • Bissau
  • Cacheu
  • Bolama
  • Traditional State
  • N'Gabu
  • KENYA
    Former names: British East Africa, Keeyna, Colony of Kenya and the East Africa Protectorate, Republic of Kenya
  • Kenyan traditional states
  • Pate
  • Witu
  • Mombassa
  • Masai
  • Nandi
  • Wanga
  • Kenya Regions
    1963-1965


    LESOTHO

    Other name:  Basutoland, Kingdom of Lesotho

    LIBERIA
    Other name: Cape Mesurado Colony

  • Port Cresson/Bassa Cove (1832-1839)
  • Edina (1832-1837)
  • Maryland-in-Liberia (1834-1857)
  • Mississippi-in-Africa (1837-1842)
  • New Georgia (1834-1839)
  • Liberia Counties


    LIBYA

    Other name:  Barbary Coast, Tripoli, Tripolantania, Cyrenaica, Fezzan, Italian Libia, Libia Italiana, United Libyan Kingdom, Libyan Kingdom, Libyan Arab Republic, Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriyya, State of Libya
  • Tripolitania (Tripoli)
  • Cyrenaica
  • Fezzan
  • MADAGASCAR
    Other name:  Kingdom of Madagascar, Malagasy Republic, République Malgache, Republic of Madagascar
  • French colonies:
  • Diego Suarez
  • Fort-Dauphin
  • Nossi-Bé
  • Sainte-Marie de Madagascar
  • Autonomous Provinces Regions
     
  • Alaotra Mangoro
  • Amoron'i Mania
  • Analamanga
  • Analanjirofo
  • Androy
  • Anosy
  • Atsimo-Andrefana
  • Atsimo-Atsinanana
  • Atsinanana
  • Betsiboka
  • Boeny

  •  
  • Bongolava
  • Diana
  • Haute Matsiatra
  • Ihorombe
  • Itasy
  • Melaky
  • Menabe
  • Sava
  • Sofia
  • Vakinankaratra
  • Vatovavy

  •    Fitovinany
    Madagascar Traditional States
  • Ambohidratrimo (Ambohidratima)
  • Ambohimanga
  • (Imerina)
  • Tananarive
  • Menabe
  • Iboina (Boina)
  • Bemihisatra
  • Bemazava
  • (Nosy - Faly)
  • Tananarive

  • Betsileo States of Southeast 
    and Central Madagascar
  • Anrindrano (Vohibato)
  • Fisakana
  • Isandra
  • Lalangina
  • Manandriana
  • Antankarana
  • Ibara
  • Imamo
  • Tamatave (Betsimisaraka)
  • Antongila
  • MALAWI
    Other names: Shire River Protectorate, Shire Highlands Protectorate, British Central Africa Protectorate, Nyasaland Districts Protectorate, Nyasaland Protectorate, Republic of Malawi

    MALI
    Other names: République du Mali, Upper Senegal, Upper Senegal and Niger, Haut-Sénégal-Niger, French Sudan, Soudan Français, Sudanese Republic, République Soudanaise, Mali Fededration


    MAURITANIA
    Other name: Mauritanie, Islamic Republic of Mauritania 

    MAURITIUS
    Other names: Île Maurice, Île de France, Mascarene Islands, Republic of Mauritius


    MAYOTTE
    Other names: Maore, Mawuti

    MOROCCO
    Other names: al-Magrib, al-Maghribiyya, Moroc, Sharifi Moroccan State, Sultanate of Morocco, Kingdom of Morocco, al-Mamlakah al-Maghribiyyah


    MOZAMBIQUE
    Other names: Portuguese East Africa, Moçambique, Zambesi and Sofala colony, Niassa


    NAMIBIA
    Other names: Deutsch-Südwestafrika, German South West Africa, South West Africa

    Namibian Homelands
     
  • Bushmanland
  • Damaraland
  • Hereroland
  • Kaokoland
  • Kavangoland
  • East Caprivi (Lozi)
  • Namaland
  • Ovamboland
  • Rehoboth (Basterland)
  • Tswanaland
  • Namibian traditional states
     
  • Damara
  • Nama (Khoi) states
  • Ovambo states
  • Herero
  • Baster (Rehoboth)
  • Fwe
  • Masubia (Subiya)

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    NIGER
    Other name: République du Niger, Nijar, French Autonomous Military Territory of Zinder, Niger Military Territory.

  • Niger traditional states
  • Doso
  • Maradi
  • Damagaram
  • Songhay
  • Tera
  • Kokoro
  • Goruol
  • Dargol
  • Berber Sultanate of Aïr
  • NIGERIA
    Other names: Northern Nigeria, Southern Nigeria, Bight of Biafra protectorate, Bight of Benin protectorate, Oil Rivers protectorate, Niger Districts protectorate, Niger River Delta protectorate, Federation of Nigeria, Republic of Nigeria, Federal Republic of Nigeria
     
  • Northern Nigeria
  • Southern Nigeria
  • Niger territories
  • Lagos colony
  • Biafra
  • Nigerian Regions
  • Northern
  • Southern
  • Eastern
  • Midwest
  • Western
  • Lagos Fedeal Territory
  • Nigerian states since 1967
     
  • Abia
  • Adamawa
  • Akwa-Ibom
  • Anambra
  • Bauchi
  • Bayelsa
  • Bendel
  • Benue
  • Benue-Plateau
  • Bono
  • Cross River
  • Delta
  • East Central
  • Ebonyi
  • Edo
  • Ekiti
  • Enugu
  • Federal Capital Territory (Abuja)
  • Gombe
  • Gongola
  • Imo
  • Kaduna
  • Jigawa
  • Kano
  • Katsina
  • Kebbi
  • Kogi
  • Kwara
  • Lagos
  • Nassarawa
  • Niger
  • North-Eastern
  • North-Western
  • Ogun
  • Ondo
  • Osun
  • Oyo
  • Plateau
  • Rivers
  • Sokoto
  • Taraba
  • Western
  • Yobe
  • Zamfara

  •  
    Nigerian traditional states
     
  • Abeokuta
  • Abuja
  • Adamawa
  • Ado-Ekiti
  • Aggaie
  • Ajasse Ipo
  • Akure
  • Akwa Akpa/Duke Town/
  •    Old Calabar
  • Ando-Odo
  • Aramoko-Ekiti
  • Auchi
  • Awo-Ekiti
  • Bauchi
  • Bedde
  • Biu (Viyu)
  • Bussa
  • Kaiama
  • Borgu
  • Borno
  • Daura
  • Dutse
  • Edo
  • Efon
  • Ekpereijie
  • Fika (Daniski)
  • Gobir
  • Gumel
  • Gwandu
  • Gwanara
  • Gwoza
  • Hadejia (Biram)
  • Ibadan
  • Idoani
  • Idoma
  • Igala (Idah)
  • Igbirra
  • Ijaye
  • Ijebu
  • Ikirun
  • Ila-Orangun
  • Ilaro
  • Ile Ife
  • Ilesa
  • Ilorin
  •  Ise-Ekiti
  • Iwo
  • Jama`are
  • Jema`a
  • Jos
  • Kalabari (New Calabar)
  • Kano
  • Katagum
  • Katsina
  • Kebbi (Kabi)
  • Keffi
  • Kenu
  • Kontagora
  • Koton Karifi
  • Lafia
  • Lafiagi
  • Lagos (Eko)
  • Lapai
  • Misau
  • Mubi
  • Muri
  • Nasarawa
  • Nembe (Brass)
  • Ogbolomab'iri
  • Bassamb'iri
  • Ningi
  • Nupe
  • Obioko (Creek Town)
  • Ogbomoso
  • Oke-Ila
  • Oke-Ona
  • Okolo-Ama (Bonny/Ubani)
  • Okpe
  • Okpoama
  • Okrika
  • Okuta
  • Ondo
  • Onitsha
  • Opobo
  • Oshogbo
  • Ota
  • Owa
  • Owo
  • Owu
  • Oyo
  • Pategi
  • Potiskum
  • Remo
  • Sokoto
  • Tiv
  • Twon-Brass
  • Uvwie
  • Warri
  • Wase
  • Wukari (Jukun)
  • Yashikira
  • Yawuri
  • Zamfara
  • Zaria (Zazzau)
  • REUNION
    Other names: Île de Bourbon, Île de Bonaparte

    RWANDA
    Other name: Ruanda, Kingdom of Rwanda, Rwandan Republic, République Rwandaise, Ruanda-Urundi, Republic of Rwanda

  • Rwandan Hutu kingdoms
  • Bugama-Kiganda
  • Buhoma
  • Bukonya
  • Bukunzi
  • Bushiru
  • Busozo
  • Bwanamwari
  • Cyingogo
  • Impara
  • Kibari
  • Ruhengeri
  • Rwankeri
  • Other Kingdoms
  • Bugesera
  • Kisaka (Gisaka)
  • Ndorwa
  • SAINT HELENA, ASCENSION AND TRISTAN DA CUNHA
    Other names: St. Helena, Ascension, Tristan da Cunha
  • French Possessions on St. Helena
  • Ascension
  • Tristan da Cunha
  • Gough Island
  • Inaccessible Island
  • Nightingale Island
  • SÃO TOMÉ AND PRÍNCIPE
    Other name: São Tomé e Príncipe, Saint Thomas and Prince Islands, Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe
  • Príncipe
  • São Tomé
  • SENEGAL
    Other names: Sénégal, Senegambia, Mali Federation, State of Senegal, Republic of Senegal, Senegambia
    Confederation
  • French West Africa (1895-1958)
  • Dakar and Dependencies (1924-46)
  • Gorée
  • Casamance

  • SEYCHELLES
    Other name: Séchelles, Seychelles Islands, Republic of Seychelles

    SIERRA LEONE
    Other name: Province of Freedom, Colony of Sierra Leone and its Dependencies, Republic of Sierra Leone


    SOMALIA
    Other names: Soomaaliya, Egyptian Somaliland, Italian Somalia, Somalia Italiana, British Somaliland, Benadir (Banadir) Coast, Somali Democratic Republic, Somali Republic, Federal Republic of Somalia

     
  • Egyptian Somaliland
  • British Somaliland
  • Italian Somalia
  • States
  • Benadir
  • Galmudug
  • Himan and Heeb
  • Hiiraan and Shabelle
  • Jubaland
  • Khaatumo
  • Maakhir
  • Puntland
  • Somaliland
  • Southwestern Somalia
  • Traditional states
  • Muqdisho/Maqdishu (Mogadiscio)
  • Majerteen (Harti)
  • Hobyo (Obbia)
  • Geledi/Jaladi
  • Noogal/Nugal
  • Warsangeli/Gerad

  • SOUTH AFRICA

    Other names: Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Colony, Union of South Africa, Azania
     
  • Prince Edward Islands
  • Cape Colony
  • Graaff-Reinet
  • Swellendam
  • Goshen
  • Stellaland
  • British Bechuanaland
  • British Kaffraria (Queen Adelaide Land)
  • Idutywa Reserve
  • Natal (Natalia)
  • Port Natal
  • Zululand Colony
  • Orange Free State
  • Transvaal (Holland-African/South-African Republic)
  • Winburg-Potchefstroom/Andries-Ohrigstad/Lijdenburg
  • Utrecht
  • New Republic (Republic of Vrijheid)
  • Little Republic (Republic of Klein Vrijstaat)
  • Walvis Bay (1878-1994)
  • Griqua polities
  • Griqualand West (Griquatown/Waterboer's Land)
  • Campbell Lands (Cornelis Kok's Land)
  • Klipdrift Republic (Digger's Republic/Free Republic)
  • Philippolis (Adam Kok's Land)
  • Griqualand East (New Griqualand)
  • Union and Republic
  • South Africa
  • South African provinces 1910-1994
  • Cape
  • Natal
  • Orange Free State
  • Transvaal
  • Since 1994
  • Eastern Cape
  • Free State
  • Gauteng
  • KwaZulu-Natal
  • Mpumalanga
  • Northern Cape
  • Limpopo
  • North-West
  • Western Cape
  • South African former homelands
  • Bophuthatswana
  • Ciskei
  • Gazankulu
  • KaNgwane
  • KwaNdebele
  • KwaZulu
  • Lebowa
  • Qwaqwa
  • Transkei
  • Venda

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    South African traditional states
     
  • amaHlubi
  • baLobedu
  • kwaNdebele
  • baPedi polities
  • baTswana polities
  • vhaVenda polities
  • Xhosa polities
  • amaBhaca (until 1830 called abakwaZelemu)
  • amaPondo polities
  • amaPondomise
  • abaThembu
  • amaZizi
  • kwaZulu polities

  • SOUTH SUDAN
    Other names: Southern Sudan, Southern Sudan Autonomous Region, Southern Sudan Region, Nile Provisional Governmen, Autonomous Government of Southern Sudan, Republic of South Sudan

    States of the South Sudan
    2005-2015

     
  • Central Equatoria
  • Eastern Equatoria
  • Jonglei
  • Lakes
  • Northern Bahr al-Ghazal


  • Upper Nile
  • Unity
  • Warrap
  • Western Bahr al-Ghazal
  • Western Equatoria

  • THE SUDAN
    Other names: Egyptian Sudan, Mahadist State, Mahdiya, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan,  Republic of The Sudan

  • Abyei Area
  • Darfur Regional Authority (2007-2016)
  • Egyptian Sudan provinces 1822-1889
     
  • Bahr al-Ghazal
  • Berber
  • Dara
  • Darfur
  • Dongola
  • Equatoria
  • al-Fashir
  • Kassala
  • Khartoum
  • Kordofan
  • Qulqul
  • Sennar
  • Sudanese Traditional states
     
  • Taqali
  • Darfur
  • Dar al-Masalit
  • Dar Qimr
  • Funj
  • Korodfan
  • States of the Sudan from 1991
     
  • Bahr al-Ghazal
  • Blue Nile
  • al-Buhairat (Lakes) (to 2011)
  • Central
  • Central Darfur
  • Central Equatoria (Bahr al-Jabal )(to 2011)
  • Darfur
  • Eastern
  • Eastern Darfur
  • Eastern Equatoria (to 2011)
  • Equatoria
  • Gadaref
  • al-Gezira
  • Jonglei (to 2011)
  • Kassala
  • Khartoum
  • Kordofan
  • Northern Bahr al-Ghazal (to 2011)

  • Northern Darfur
  • Northern Kordofan
  • Northern
  • Red Sea
  • River Nile
  • Sennar
  • Southern Darfur
  • Southern Kordofan
  • Upper Nile (to 2011)
  • Wahda (Unity) (to 2011)
  • Warrap (to 2011)
  • Western Bahr al-Ghazal (to 2011)
  • Western Darfur
  • Western Equatoria (to 2011)
  • Western Kordofan
  • White Nile

  • SWAZILAND: SEE ESWATINI


    TANZANIA

    Other names: German East Africa, Deutsch-Ostafrika, Tanganyika, Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanzania

  • Zanzibar
  • Tanganyikan traditional states
  • Buddu (Missenyi or Kivumbiro)
  • Buhaya (Buha)
  • Bugabo
  • Bugando
  • Buhindi
  • Bukome
  • Buzinja
  • Nyamutureza
  • Butundwe
  • Ihangiro
  • Kimwani
  • Bwina
  • Kiyanja
  • Kiziba
  • Kyamutwara (Bukwara)
  • Kyamutwara (II)
  • Kanyangereko
  • Kome
  • Ushirombo
  • Kimba states
  • Ikungu
  • Ipito
  • Kipembawe
  • Kiwele
  • Mwendo
  • Ngulu
  • Nkololo
  • Wikangulu
  • other states
  • Bugufi
  • Bukerewe
  • Gongwe
  • Heru
  • Karagwe
  • Nguru
  • Nyamwanga
  • Pimbwe
  • Shambalai (Usambara)
  • Ubena
  • Ufipa (Nkansi)
  • Uluguru (Lunguru)
  • Lyangalile
  • Sukuma
  • Siha (Bushia)
  • Uhehe
  • Nguluhe
  • Ilole
  • Lungemba
  • Udongwe
  • Usangu
  • Uhehe
  • Unyamwezi
  • Unyanyembe
  • Unyamwezi
  • Ussuwi
  • East Ussuwi (Rusubi)
  • West Ussuwi
  • Buhimba
  • Chagga (Wachagga) states
  • Keni
  • Kibosho
  • Kilema
  • Kirua
  • Machame
  • Mamba
  • Marangu
  • Mbokomu
  • Mkku
  • Moshi
  • Mwika
  • Ussre
  • Pare states
  • Mamba
  • Mbaga
  • Mwiku
  • Suji
  • Ugweno
  • Usangi
  • TOGO
    Other names: Togolese Republic, République Togolaise, German Togoland, British Togoland, French Togo, Republic of Togo, République du Togo

  • German Togland
  • British Togoland
  • Togolese traditional states
     
  • Agbanankin (Hulagbêkon)
  • Bassar
  • Be
  • Cokossi (Anufu)
  • Genyigba (Gliji)
  • Aneho
  • Kabu
  • Koma
  • Kotokoli
  • Kpangalam
  • Kpessi
  • Kumde
  • Lolan
  • Porto Seguro (Agbodrafo)
  • Tado
  • Tegbe (Notse)
  • Togo (Togoville/Mlapa)
  • TUNISIA
    Other name: Tūnisiyya, Tunisian Regency, Régence de Tunis, Tunisian Kingdom, Kingdom of Tunisia

    UGANDA
    Other name: Buganda, Uganda Protectorate, Sovereign State of Uganda, Republic of Uganda

  • Ugandan kingdoms
  • Ankole (Nkore)
  • Buganda
  • Bunyoro-Kitara
  • Rwenzururu
  • Tooro (Toro)
  • Other minor Uganda kingdoms
     
  • Kooki
  • States combining with Nkore to form Ankole
  • Nshenyi
  • Rujumbura
  • Igara
  • Kajara
  • Obwera
  • Rukiga
  • Buzimba
  • Buhweju
  • Kitagwenda
  • Bunyaruguru
  • Busongora
  • Ibanda
  • Kankende
  • Mitoma

  •  
  • Busoga Confederation
  • Busoga
  • Bugweri Bufutulu
  • Buzimba
  • Buzaaya
  • Bunha
  • Bukwanga
  • Buima
  • Bugabula
  • Luuka
  • Bukooli
  • Busiki
  • Bukono
  • Bulamogi
  • Kigulu
  • Other kingdoms
  • Acholi
  • Alur
  • Iteso
  • Jonam
  • Kebu Yuu
  • Lango
  • Masaaba
  • Padhola
  • WESTERN SAHARA
    Other names: Tanezruft Tutrimt, Sáhara Occidental, Spanish West Africa, África Occidental Española, Rio de Oro, Spanish Sahara, Sáhara Español, Saharan Arab Democratic Republic, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, SADR, Jumhūrīyya al-`Arabīyya as-Sahrāwīyya ad-Dimuqrātiyya, Boujdour, Laayoune, Es Semara, Oued el Dahab
     

    ZAMBIA
    Other names: North Zambesia, North-Eastern Rhodesia, North-Western Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia, Republic of Zambia


    ZIMBABWE
    Other names: Mashonaland, Matabeleland, South Zambesia, Southern Rhodesia, Rhodesia, Zimbawe-Rhodesia, Republic of Zimbabwe