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cover General History of Africa

Volume VII: Africa under Colonial Domination 1880-1935 (Abridged edition)

Edited by A. Adu Boahen

Multiple History series

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22,10 € €

Livre, 380 pages, photos in black and white, maps, footnotes, bibliography, index, first published in 1990

Format: 20.5 x 14.5 cm (paperback)

2012, 978-92-3-102499-3


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UNESCO Publishing / James Currey Publishers / University of California Press 

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This groundbreaking work was the first of its type to present the entire history of the African continent. The collection sheds light on the pre-colonial era and interweaves Africa’s destiny with the rest of humanity’s, examining its interaction with other continents and the role of Africans in the dialogue between civilizations. Published in eight volumes (Paperback edition).

Volume VII examines the period of partition, conquest and occupation. Chapters 1 and 2 look at Africa and the colonial challenge and the struggle among the European nations, the partition and conquest of Africa. Chapters 3-10 examine African reaction to this challenge through initiatives and resistance in different regions of the continent, and chapter 11 deals with the situation in the independant African states, Liberia and Ethiopia between 1880-1914. Chapter 12 deals with the First World War and its consequences, while chapters 13-17 look at the methods and institutions of European domination in relation to the colonial economy as introduced by different colonial powers. The socio-cultural repercussions of foreign rule are treated in chapters 18-21 and the rise of nationalist movements is discussed in chapters 22-27. The situation in Liberia and Ethiopia from 1914 to 1935 is the theme for chapter 28 and chapters 29-30 cover Africa and the New World.

MOTS CLES · Afrique · Colonialisme · Culture dominante · Éthiopie · Histoire · Histoire africaine · Histoire contemporaine · Libéria · Mouvement de libération · Nationalisme · Pays colonial · Résistance à l'oppression

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