During World War I in 1914, Britain and France invaded the German colony of Togoland in West Africa, bordering the British colony of the Gold Coast to the east and Dahomey (now Benin) to the west. The victors of the war divided the region into British Togoland or French Togoland. In 1946, the United Nations (UN) approved a trust agreement that put British Togoland (now West Togoland) under the supervision of the UN and the administrative authority of Great Britain. The German Empire established the protectorate of Togoland in 1884. Under German administration, the protectorate was considered a model colony and experienced a golden age. During the First World War in 1914, Great Britain and France invaded the protectorate. After the German defeat and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, the western part of Togoland became a British mandate, British Togoland. 2. Decides, with the agreement of the Administrative Authority, that on the day on which the Gold Coast becomes independent and the unification of the Territory of Togoland takes place with it under British administration, the Trust Agreement approved by the General Assembly in resolution 63 (I) of 13 December 1946 ceases to enter into force, the objectives of the Trusteeship have been achieved; The territory of the Visigothic territories was first colonized by Germany in 1884 and incorporated into the Togolese colony. After the defeat of Germany in the First World War, the colony of Togoland was divided into protectorates between France and Great Britain.
The western part of Togoland became part of the British colony of the Gold Coast, which became independent in 1957 to form present-day Ghana. Togo gained independence from France in 1960. The press release also stated that “roadblocks to enforce its sovereignty can be found throughout the southern sector.” The 9. In May 1956, this referendum took place under the supervision of the UN, with the choice between formal integration with the future independent Gold Coast or continuation as fiduciary territory. ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS ON THE REPORTS OF THE FOURTH COMMITTEE 1044. The future of Togo, under British administration, is located in eastern Ghana, on the Togolese border On May 7, 2019, the national board of directors of the separatist group Volta Homeland Study Group Foundation (HSGF/FGEP), Emmanuel Agbavor, rejected allegations that the group had a militia.  The British Togolese, officially the territory of Togo, then officially the Togolese Trust Territory, was a Territory in West Africa under the administration of the United Kingdom, which then arrived at a Union with Ghana and became partly its Volta region. . . .