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As a consequence of the German occupation of Belgium, the public services in Africa were cut from those in the mother country and retreated into their own shell. Despite organisation problems, Nilco played a key strategic role in the supply of rubber and palm oil during the war. Minutes of the letter sent by director-general of NILCO in Brussel from Mont-de-Marsan (France) to the director-general of NILCO in Africa and to the gouvernor-general in Leopoldville. 31 May 1940.
NAB, Archives INEAC, no. 1230.