Foreign News: No Offense

Liberal leader Clement Davies rose last week in the House of Commons and said: "I beg to move that this House deplores the decision to continue the banishment of Tshekedi Khama from the Bamangwato Territory . . . and calls upon His Majesty's Government to rescind the order and allow him to dwell freely within the territory of his tribe."

It had been 15 months since Tshekedi, prosperous cattle rancher and former tribal Regent, was kicked out of the Bamangwato Reserve in the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland, following into exile his nephew, handsome, Oxford-educated Seretse Khama, chief of the Bamangwatos (TIME, March...

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