This study analyses an historical account on the growth of Malakal Town, 1908-1955 during the condominium Government. The paper deals with the growth of Malakal Town in historical perspective. Fashoda incident between Great Britain and France is explained.

The study examines the establishment of mission at Fashoda, the institution of the Collo reth, the British and the Collo, Tribal law and tribal custom at Malakal and the Kujurs and the Sudan government. The paper reviews the larger Towns in the south.

This task narrates non-Muslims commissioned in Administrative posts in the Southern Sudan. The paper evaluates a school at Malakal as well as Technical schools. Sir Stewart Symes, Governor-General and his Southern Sudan policy is implicitly explained.

The paper also discusses the graduates General Congress, Macmic and the Governor of the South, the reconquest and Nile hydrology, a Great stir in Malakal and Khartoum, and the KAR and Belgian troops, Recruitments for maintenance on the North-South Road from Aba to Jebelein. The purpose of this study is to provide knowledge and historical perspective on the growth of Malakal Town during the condominium regime to those who are interested in acquiring knowledge about Malakal as the capital city of Upper Nile State.

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  • This attempt at educating ourselves about history is highly welcomed. However, this fall short of how the town of Malakal actually developed; when and why it was transferred from Taufikia; its different quarters and why they were named so; its northern and southern borders; why it only was a Town council unlike others which were in general councils; which districts bordered Malakal and why Abuong district, renamed Bailiet, administered from Malakal which now prompts the Padang Dinka to think that Malakal is Dinka land; how Malakal as a town was linked tp bailiet and Akoka to form one geographic constituency during the 1956, 1967 parliamentary elections and many other facts should have been inculded to make it really a history of Malakal. So Dr. Daniel should please fill the gaps as this will contribute to resolving the on going claims. regards

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  • Dear DR.D.Thabo,thaks for what your are doing here by posting this important articles, I did not read the (PDF)but I have download it,but I appreciate the way of writting such issue to participate in enlighting people about story of the past.

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