1925 in the Belgian Congo

The following lists events that happened during 1925 in the Belgian Congo.

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1925
in
the Belgian Congo

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Date Event
Kipushi Mine starts production.
Kwilu Ngongo Sugar Refinery is created in the town of Kwilu Ngongo.[1]
Charles Duchesne is appointed governor and deputy governor-general of the province of Équateur.[2]
March Sonatra (Société Nationale des Transports Fluviaux au Congo) merges with the transport operations of the Compagnie Industrielle et de Transports au Stanley Pool (Citas) to create Unatra (Union nationale des Transports fluviaux).[3]
April Albert National Park is established, the core of what would become Virunga National Park.[4]
2 July Patrice Lumumba, first prime minister of the Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville), is born in Onalua in the Katako-Kombe Territory of the Kasaï Province .
5 October Antoine Gizenga, future prime minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is born in Mbanze.

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ReferencesEdit

SourcesEdit

  • "Congo (Kinshasa) Provinces", Rulers.org, retrieved 5 August 2020
  • "Finasucre - Kwilo Ngongo Sugar Refining Mill", Industry About, 28 April 2019, retrieved 15 April 2021
  • Harroy, J.P. (1993), "Contribution à l'histoire jusque 1934 de la création de l'Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge", Civilisations. Revue internationale d'anthropologie et de sciences humaines, 41 (41): 427–442, doi:10.4000/civilisations.1732
  • "Union National des Transports Fluviaux (Unatra)", Origins of Value, Yale School of Management, 2012, retrieved 14 March 2021