- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Abridged ed
- James Currey
- maps, photographs, bibliography, index
- v. 6 Africa in the Nineteenth Century Until the 1880s
- 215 x 145 x 20 mm
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- 25:B&W 5.83 x 8.27 in or 210 x 148 mm (A5) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
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Reviews of the Series: ... a real contribution to scholarship. - Roland Oliver in the TLS The General History of Africa was launched in 1970, when an International Scientific Committee of 39 scholars was formed to oversee the writing and publication of a complete survey of the African past, from pre-history to the present. The laudable aim of the project was to break free from the straightjacket of Eurocentrism, and to provide a history that reflected a range of African views without imposing any set historical interpretation. - David M. Anderson in INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
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Africa at the beginning of the 19th century, J.F. Ajayi; Africa and the world economy, I. Wallerstein; new trends and processes in Africa, A.A. Boahen; the abolition of the slave trade, S. Daget; the Mfecane and the rise of the new African states, I.D. Ngcongco; the impact of the Mfecane on the Cape Colony, E.K. Mashingaidze; the British, Boers and Africans in South Africa, 1850-1880, N. Bhebe; the countries of the Zambesi basin, A.F. Isaacman; the East African coast and hinterland, 1845-1880, I.N. Kimambo; peoples and states of the Great Lakes region, D.W. Cohen; the Congo Basin and Angola, J.L. Vellut; the renaissance of Egypt, 1805-81, A. Abdel-Malek; the Sudan in the 19th century, H.A. Ibrahim and B.A. Ogot; Ethiopia and Somalia, R. Pankhurst and L.V. Cassanelli; Madagascar, 1800-80, P.M. Mutibwa and F.V. Esoavelo-Mandrosa; new trends in the Maghrib - Algeria, Tunisia and Libya, M.H. Cherif; Morocco, A. Laroui; new patterns of European intervention in the Maghrib, N. Ivanov; the Sahara, S. Baier; the 19th-century Islamic revolutions in West Africa, A. Batran; the Sokoto caliphate and Borno, M. Last; Massina and the Torodbe (Tukuloor) empire until 1878, M. Ly-Tall; states and peoples of Senegambia and Upper Guinea, Y. Person; states and peoples of the Niger Bend and the Volta, K. Arhin and J. Ki-Zerbo; Dahomey, Yorubaland, Borgu and Benin in the 19th century, A.I. Asiwaju; the Niger delta and the Cameroon region, E.J. Alagao, L.Z. Elango and M. Metegue N'Nah; the African diaspora, F.W. Knight, Y. Talib and P.D. Curtin; conclusion - Africa on the eve of European conquest.