Duala

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Du·a·la

 (do͝o-ä′lä)
See Douala.

Duala

(dʊˈɑːlə; -lɑː)
npl -la or -las
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of W Africa living chiefly in Cameroon
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
Translations
douala
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Protoccion con Cortafuegos Adivos Dualas (SPI y NAT).
A full scale revolt against the Carl Woermann treaty happened in Duala in 1884.
The street naming in Wedding continued unabated -- in 1903, the Guinea Coast of West Africa (then variously called "Pepper Coast", "Gold Coast", "Slave Coast") got GuineaStrasse, in 1906 it was the turn of the whole of Africa -- AfrikanischeStrasse; then in 1927 DualaStrasse after Duala, UgandaStrasse after Uganda, SambesiStrasse after River Zambezi, SenegalStrasse after Senegal and TangaStrasse after Tanganyika (now Tanzania).