How did Niger gets it independence in 1960?
1960 Niger gained independence from France
In August 3 1960
August 3, 1960!
August 3, Independence Day, Commemoration of Niger's 1960 independence from France
The Republic of Niger declared independence from France on August 3, 1960.
Niger was created on 1960-08-03.
The CAR gained independence in 1960, along with Chad, Niger, and Mali. France apparently granted independence to all of its colonies in the same time frame, although exact dates vary. This information came from the CIA factbook. Beyond the simple facts that the factbook offers, it is hard to find much info on these nations, due to their remoteness and lack of tourism.
In 1960 there were 17 countries in Africa that were trying to win their independence from France. Cameron, Togo, Madagascar, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, Benin, Niger, Berkina Faso, and the Ivory Coast are a few of these countries.
Niger became independent of France on August 3, 1960.
There were 17 sub-Saharan African countries to gain their independence from France in 1960. Many of these were from the west central part of the continent, including Cameroon, Togo, Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Republic of Congo, Gabon, Mali, Senegal, Nigeria, and Mauritania.
Niger became independent from its colonists in August 3, 1960.
During 1960 France gave independence to no less than 11 African colonies. Cameroon, Togo, Senegal, Mali, Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Congo Brazzaville, Chad and Gabon.
because it runs through the county Niger!
Union of Workers' Trade Unions of Niger was created in 1960.
they gained independence from the french in 1960.
This country gained its independence from Britain in 1960.
Nigeria got independence from Britain in 1960
They gained independence in 1960.
It won Independence from Britain in 1960.
Cyprus from Britian in 1960
They gained independence from France in 1960
independence was granted in 1960. self-government was granted to different regions of the country at different times before 1960(it should not be confused for independence)
Great Britain controlled the area around the mouth of the Niger River when Nigeria was a part of the British Empire. Since 1960, the Niger Delta has been under control of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Zaire got independence in 1960.
16 countries (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo Democratic Republic , Congo republic, Cote d'Ivoire, Gabon, Madagascar, Mali. Mauritania, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia.
Madagascar gained its independence on June 26, 1960.
Nigeria got her independence in October 1 1960.
Cameroon independence was given on 1st. January 1960.
Benin got its independence in August 1, 1960.
Nigeria gained its' independence on October 1, 1960
The Belgian ''Congo achieved independence on June 30, 1960.''
Senegal gained its independence from France on April 4th 1960
Nigeriens began speaking French during the French colonial period, specifically the late 1800s and early 1900s. French was the national language of Niger when it became independent in 1960.
Mali gained its independence from France as the Sudanese Republic, and with Senegal as the Mali Federation on April 4, 1960 and as Mali on September 22, 1960.
August 16, 1960.
The British Virgin Islands gained independence in 1960
Most gained independence during the 1960's.
Nigerian Independence Medal was created on 1960-09-30.
In 1960 Cyprus gained its independence from the United Kingdom.
Beginning in 1960. The African colonies gained independence. But they really gained their independence in 1966.
from germany. Zaire was originally the Belgian Congo and gained its independence from Belgium in 1960.
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