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This background bargains with the twenty-year interval among 1880 and 1900, whilst nearly all of Africa used to be seized and occupied by means of the Imperial Powers of Europe. Eurocentric issues of view have ruled the examine of this period, yet during this e-book, one in every of Africa’s major historians reinterprets the colonial reviews from the point of view of the colonized.

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