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Who is Khama III?
Khama III, referred to by missionaries as Khama the Good, was the kgosi of the Bamangwato people of Bechuanaland, who made his country a protectorate of the United Kingdom to ensure its survival against Boer and Ndebele encroachments.
- born in (179 years ago) in Bechuanaland Protectorate
- parent of Sekgoma II
- died on (92 years ago) in Serowe
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by Timothy J. Stapleton
With British protection, Khama was able to fend off the 390 | Khama III.
by Kenneth J. Panton
Seretse Khama—whose grandfather, Khama III, had persuaded Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain to retain control of Bechuanaland in 1895 rather than transfer responsibility for administration to Cecil Rhodes's British South Africa ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Khadafy, Muammar al- See Muammar al-QADDAFI Khafaje See TUTUB Khalll, Al- See HEBRON Khalkís See CHALKÍS Khama III (b. c. 1837, Mushu, Bechuanaland—d. Feb.
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