Félix-Roland Moumié (1926 – 3 November 1960) was an anti-colonialist Cameroonian leader, assassinated in Geneva on 3 November 1960 by a former agent of the SDECE (French secret service) probably at the request of Cameroonian authorities with thallium, following official independence from France earlier that year. Félix-Roland Moumié succeeded Ruben Um Nyobé, who was killed in September 1958, as leader of the Union des Populations du Cameroun (UPC - or also Union du Peuple Camerounais — "Cameroon's People Union").
- List of assassinated anti-colonialist leaders from article Decolonization
- Cameroon's People Union (UPC)
- Jacques Foccart
- Marthe Ekemeyong Moumié
- Jacques Foccart, counsellor to Charles de Gaulle, Georges Pompidou and Jacques Chirac for African matters, recognized it in 1995 to Jeune Afrique review. See also Foccart parle, interviews with Philippe Gaillard, Fayard - Jeune Afrique (in French) and also "The man who ran Francafrique - French politician Jacques Foccart's role in France's colonization of Africa under the leadership of Charles de Gaulle - Obituary" in The National Interest, Fall 1997; Documentary : DEATH IN GENEVA - The Poisoning of Félix Moumié Archived 2011-10-07 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Cameroun: Il faut tuer l’UPC et Félix Moumié", from Marianne magazine, March 30, 2005
- "France's Dirty War in Cameroon: The Assassination of Félix-Roland Moumié" from Scribbles from the Den
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