Empires In The Sun, The struggle for the mastery of Africa: 1830-1990

Title Empires In The Sun, The struggle for the mastery of Africa: 1830-1990
Abstract

"Empires in the Sun" by Lawrence James is a comprehensive history of Africa's colonial era. The book covers the period from the early 19th century, when European nations began to establish footholds on the continent, up until the end of the 20th century, when the last vestiges of colonial rule were finally dismantled. James argues that Africa's colonial past was a complex and often violent struggle for power and resources, and that it has had a lasting impact on the continent's political and economic development. He also examines the legacies of colonialism and the challenges that Africa continues to face today.

Author Lawrence James
Publisher Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Publication Date 2017
Number of Pages 391
Length [mm] 197
Width [mm] 129
Depth [mm] 30
Condition good

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