20 July 1922 - 13 December 1956
League of Nations mandate, then UN Trust Territory
Now: Incorporated into Ghana
- On 26th August 1914, during World War I, British and French forces jointly occupied and administered Togoland.
- On 31st August 1914, the German administration surrendered.
- On 27th December 1916, occupied Togoland was divided into British and French zones.
- On 20th July 1922, the colony became a League of Nations mandate, administratively divided into British Togoland and French Togoland.
- British Togoland was administered from the Gold Coast colony.
- After World War II, the mandate became a United Nations Trust Territory.
- On 13th December 1956, British Togoland was incorporated into the Gold Coast.
- Today, British Togoland forms part of the independent nation of Ghana.