In 1948, Britain's prestige was very high and the Somalis looked for the British to '
open their eyes', and hoped for some form of continued association.1 The return
of the Italians and the loss of unrestricted access to the Ogaden were shocking, ...
Author: Brock Millman
British Somaliland provides a history of the administration of the British Somaliland Protectorate from the time when Somaliland first became governable, following the defeat of Abdullah Hassan, to independence. Describing the interplay between general imperial policies, and greater realities and developments in Somaliland, the focus of the book remains on the mechanism by which the Protectorate was operated. The regime that developed was, in the end, a highly autocratic despotism, generally benign but occasionally predatory. Independence, when it arrived, was, in retrospect, a tragedy. Somaliland was absorbed into Somalia and a governmental style which suited the conditions of the Protectorate was dissolved into something very different. Since the collapse of Somalia, re-emergent Somaliland appears to be attempting to re-connect to a past remembered as something of a golden age. Highly topical, as Somaliland is re-emerging, this book is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of African History, Imperial History and British History.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 159. Chapters: Mohamed Farrah Aidid, British Somaliland, East African Campaign, Al-Shabaab, War in Somalia, Advance of the Islamic Courts Union, Diplomatic and humanitarian efforts in the Somali Civil War, Warsangali Sultanate, Battle of Ras Kamboni, Ajuuraan State, Somali National Movement, Italian conquest of British Somaliland, History of Mogadishu, Maritime history of Somalia, History of the Transitional Federal Government of the Republic of Somalia, Italian Somaliland, Disarmament in Somalia, Ogaden War, Unified Task Force, United Nations Operation in Somalia II, Jubaland, Zeila, Hizbul Islam, Factions in the Somali Civil War, Ahmad ibn Ibrihim al-Ghazi, Attempts at reconciliation in Somalia, Consolidation of states within Somalia, 1920 conflict between British forces and the Dervish State, Propaganda in the War in Somalia, Italian guerrilla war in Ethiopia, Ethiopian-Somali conflict, Hobyo, Operation United Shield, Somalian Revolution, Somaliland Camel Corps, Ali Mohammed Ghedi, Somali Democratic Republic, Sultanate of Hobyo, Somali Youth League, Adal Sultanate, Qandala, Somali Studies, Mogadishu-Villabruzzi Railway, Gerad Dhidhin, House of Galluweger, Action of 18 March 2006, Warsangeli Daraawiish, Ethiopian-Adal War, Prime Minister of Somalia, Operation Provide Relief, Zaptie, List of Presidents of Somalia, List of colonial heads of Italian Somaliland, Ahlu Sunna Waljama'a, Western Somali Liberation Front, Gobroon Dynasty, Effect of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake on Somalia, List of colonial heads of British Somaliland, Gerad Ali Dable, Action of 25 March 2010, Opone, Action of 30 March 2010, Dubats, Abdullahi Issa, Mogadishu Mile, Transitional National Government, Ahmed Mohamed Islam, Francesco De Martini, Haud, Battle of South Mogadishu, Salvatore Colombo, List of Presidents of Somaliland, Muaskar Anole, Ras...
Historically it has been referred to as the British Somaliland, which was a British
protectorate in the northern part of present-day Somalia. The protectorate
incorporated much of what now constitutes the Puntland (Maakhir) and
Somaliland is an example of a territory that has fulfilled the conditions that are pre-requisite for state recognition in the international system. Somaliland is however, not recognised as a state. Questions abound about why Somaliland finds itself in this situation when there are territories which obtained recognition after fulfilling a fraction of what Somaliland has achieved. This study contributes to answering the aforementioned questions. This study has certain objectives. It delved into the examination of the criteria that is used for the recognition of states in the international system. It also analyses the role of intergovernmental organizations in the non-recognition of Somaliland. The objective of this study is also to make an assessment of the nature of interactions between Somaliland, and other actors in the international system.
Journ. Inst. Pet. Tech., xvii, pp. 259–280, 6 text figures. London. Little, O. H., 1925.
The Geography and Geology of Makalla (South Arabia). 8vo. Cairo. Macfadyen,
W. A., 1931a. [Summary of lecture on The Geology of British Somaliland.] ...
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Great Britain. Committee of Inquiry into Pauperism in British Somaliland.
GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS REPORT OF COMMITTEE ENQUIRING INTO
PAUPERISM IN BRITISH SOMALILAND. PART I. The following Committee was
Author: Great Britain. Committee of Inquiry into Pauperism in British Somaliland