People, Mar. 30, 1959

Determined as any White Citizens Council president to keep the bloodlines pure, frolicsome, Cambridge-educated King Freddie, Kabaka of Buganda (pop. about 1,500,000) in the British protectorate of Uganda, moved swiftly to preserve black supremacy. Days after younger brother Prince Henry, 31, had defied a sibling caveat and married 17-year-old Carol Ann Whitey. a Bournemouth art student, Freddie's parliament notified the bridegroom: "As you have married an English girl, neither your children nor your grandchildren can be recognized as being in the direct line of succession to the Kabakaship."

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