The Euro-African Union
|Headquarters||Luanda, Portuguese West Africa|
|English, Portuguese, French, Spanish and Afrikaans|
Portuguese West Africa, United Kingdom, Spain, British West Africa.
|Members||Portuguese West Africa, British West Africa.|
|Established||February 19, 1951|
The Euro-African Union (Or EAU for short) is a military and economic union with the purpose of maintaining the European presence in Africa and strengthening any White nations on the continent.
The Main ideals of the EAU are:
- To meditate the needs for independence and the wishes of European States, to make sure that colonies are fully ready to become independent and don't descend into civil war.
- To strengthen and defend African nations and colonies.
- To fight against the spread of communism in Africa by any means necessary.
- Portuguese West Africa.
- British West Africa.
- Portuguese East Africa.
- United Kingdom.
- United States.
- North Rhodesia.