Kamerun in West Africa was freed from German forces in 1916.
Kamerun stretches into the interior to Lake Tchad, in the direction of which a railway has been built for 400 miles.
Kamerun was administered by an Imperial Governor, a Chancellor and two secretaries, with a local council of three merchants.
The native policy is in the Kamerun worse, if possible, than in Togoland, and the natives have been systematically sweated.
We are told that there is no family institution amongst the Bako, dwarfs in Kamerun.
Kamerun is a rich and largely unexplored territory, very similar in character to the southern part of our colony of Nigeria.