Ruanda-Urundi

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Ruanda-Urundi
Mandate of Belgium

1922–1962
 

Flag Coat of arms
Capital Usumbura
Language(s) French, Dutch
Religion Roman Catholicism
Political structure League of Nations Mandate
History
 - Established November 1, 1922
 - Independence July 1, 1962
Currency Belgian Congo franc

Ruanda-Urundi was a part of German East Africa under Belgian military occupation from 1916 to 1924. It continued under Belgian rule from 1924 to 1962. It then became the independent states of Rwanda and Burundi.

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