United Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe

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The Lunda Tchokwe Territory is an unrecognized state in south-west Africa. Its borders were defined with the Treaty of the 25 May 1891, rectified on the 24 March 1894 and confirmed with the exchange of signatures on the 1 August 1894.Template:Dubious The United Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe is located in the Austral Equatorial Africa.[1]

The United Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe is recognized by the Federation of Free States of Africa.[2]

Geography

The United Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe is approximately the same size as Spain; the Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe has an area of 501,922 km2 compared to Spain that has an area of 505,992 km2.

History

In 1885 the Berlin Conference decided that African territories should belong to those European nations that establish “effective occupation”, and they rejected Portugal’s claim to control the mouth of the Congo River. Major Henrique de Carvalho was sent to the Lunda, and he made treaties with Chiefs and the Lunda King.

List of treaties and conventions signed between the Portuguese and the Lunda Tchokwe

- Protectorate Treaty signed between Portugal e Mona Samba (Capenda) on the 23 February 1885

- Protectorate Treaty signed between Portugal and Caungula (Xá Muteba) on the 31 of October 1885

- Protectorate Treaty signed between Portugal and Tchissengue and his Nobles Muananganas (Quiocos) on the 2 of September 1886

- Protectorate Treaty signed between Portugal and Muatianvua Ambinji Superior of the Calambas on the 1 of December 1886 in Lucusse Moxico

- Protectorate Treaty signed between Portugal and the Imperial Royal Court of King MUATIÂNVUA on the 18 of January 1887

- Agreement between Portugal and the Independent Free State of Kongo concerning the Lunda Territory 1890 [3]

Between 1917 and 1920 the Portuguese occupied the Lunda region east of the Kwango River. Diamonds had been found in 1912, and in 1920 the Diamang company took power and gave the Portuguese Government 5% of the shares and was exempted on taxes and duties on imported equipment. Diamang soon recruited 10,000 workers.[4]

Succession list of rulers - Mwaantaangaand of the Kingdom of Lunda Tchokwe

Nkonda Matit (XI or XVI)

Cibind Yirung ( Governed 1600 - 1630) ILUNGA

Yaav I um Yirung (Governed 1630 - 1660)

Yaav II um Nawej (Governed 1660 - 1690)

Mwene Dumba Watembo, King of the Lunda Tchokwes, 1874

King Mwene Kapenda Kamulemba, 1885

Mwata Jamwo Kauma, King of Lunda, 1928

King Carlos Manuel Muatchissengue Watembo, 1990 to Present


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