German West Africa (Deutsch-Westafrika) – existed as one unit only for two or three years, then split into two colonies due to distances:
Kamerun (1884–1914) – after World War I, separated into
a British part, Cameroons, later split in half, with one part joining Nigeria and the other becoming part of modern Cameroon. (Kamerun, Nigeria-Ostteil, Tschad-Südwestteil, Zentralafrikanische Republik-Westteil, Republik Kongo-Nordostteil, Gabun-Nordteil)
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