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1) 2. Uganda and the Interlacustrine Region. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...2. Uganda and the Interlacustrine Region 1854-84 Rule of Kabaka Mutesa of Buganda. Under him, Buganda became an effective centralized and expansionist state. 1 1865-95...

2) Mutesa I. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...Mutesa I, (moota´s) (KEY) , d. 1884, kabaka, or king, of Buganda (now in Uganda), c.1857-84. He brought Buganda to its height by increasing the autocratic powers...

3) 1963, Oct 9. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...1963, Oct 9 Uganda became a republic with Mutesa II, the kabaka (king), as nonexecutive president. 1 1966, April A new constitution made Obote executive president...

4) 1886, June 3. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...defeat and exile, and a series of religious civil wars. 3 1889 Kiwewa succeeded Mwanga as kabaka. By Oct. 18, the Muslim faction was ascendant in Buganda. All Christian...

5) Baganda. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...homeland is Buganda, an area of central and southern Uganda. Their first king or kabaka, the powerful Kintu, was crowned c.1380. The earliest European explorers to...

6) 1900, March 10. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...the form of government and the model of indirect rule. The country was to be ruled by the kabaka, with the advice and consent of the British commissioner. 1 1901...

7) 6. Uganda. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...royalists. 1 Oct 9 Uganda became independent, with Obote as prime minister and Bugandan Kabaka Mutesa as head of state. 2...

8) Uganda. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...from the Victoria Nile to the Kagera River. Buganda was centrally organized under the kabaka (king), who appointed regional administrators and maintained a large...

9) 2. Interlacustrine East Africa. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...but was co-opted by ruling dynasty. 8 1644-74 Buganda strengthened central rule under Kabaka Tebandeke through latter's reduction of power of religious officers....

10) c. East Africa. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
...and rural grievances. 12 A state of emergency was declared in Buganda. 13 1955 The kabaka (traditional ruler) of Buganda returned from abroad. 14...

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