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Imperial West African (Kano, Ibi and Old Calabar) Railway

Imperial West African (Kano, Ibi and Old Calabar) Railway

a case for private enterprise.

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Published by printed by Clements printing works in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- Nigeria.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe Imperial West African Railway., Nigerian Railways.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26p. :
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18502713M

    Start studying Ghana: A West African Trading Empire. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. How did the king conduct imperial business and address the people's concerns? Muslims became merchants in West African towns. Sometimes called "The Scramble for Africa", European Imperialism was caused by the loss of American colonies during and s, As a result, France, Britain, Portugal, Spain, Germany fought for African territory to replace their lost American work force and source of raw materials. The European Imperialism is the second wave of European.

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Being Christian in Vandal Africa investigates conflicts over Christian orthodoxy in the Vandal kingdom, the successor to Roman rule in North Africa, ca. to c.e. Exploiting neglected texts, author Robin Whelan exposes a sophisticated culture of disputation between Nicene (“Catholic”) and Homoian (“Arian”) Christians and explores their rival claims to political and.

West Africa is a region of the African continent. In geographical terms, West Africa is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the west and south, the Sahara Desert on the north.

Its eastern border is defined as either the Benue Trough, or the line running from Mount Cameroon to Lake Chad. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

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Imperialism is when a country wants to expand to gain power through quantity of land mass. France was the country that took over West Africa.

Before France arrived in West Africa, there were multiple large organized empires. In restoring this extraordinary man to the pantheon of African observers of colonialism, she opens a window onto racial attitudes in Edwardian London.

An African in Imperial London is a rich portrait of a great metropolis, writhing its way into a new century of appalling social inequity, world-transforming inventions, and unprecedented demands.

William T. Vollmann is the author of ten novels, including Europe Central, which won the National Book Award. He has also written four collections of stories, including The Atlas, which won the PEN Center USA West Award for Fiction, a memoir, and six works of nonfiction, including Rising Up and Rising Down and Imperial, both of which were finalists for the National Book Critics /5(39).

In this first history of the practice and theoretical underpinnings of colonial psychiatry in Africa, Jock McCulloch describes the clinical approaches of well-known European psychiatrists who worked directly with indigenous Africans, among them Cited by: The Scramble for Africa, also called the Partition of Africa or the Conquest of Africa, was the invasion, occupation, division, and colonisation of African territory by European powers during a short period known to historians as the New Imperialism (between and ).

Inonly 10 percent of Africa was under formal European control; by this had increased to almost. Danell Jones, An African In Imperial London: The Indomitable Life of A.

Merriman-Labor (Hurst ), pp. Danell Jones has written a brilliant biography of someone I had never heard of - and I am sure that many others Author: Jacqueline Mulhallen. One of the problems with constructing an Atlantic West African history that could sit alongside, but not within, an imperial paradigm is therefore precisely the way in which the relevant archives were constructed through imperial actions, and the difficulties of working around this without reproducing a proto-national imperial narrative of the Cited by: 2.

This book focuses on the significant role of West African consumers in the development of the global economy in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.

It explores demand for Indian cotton textiles and how West African consumers shaped patterns of global trade. From high-profile criminal cases to intimate lives, the book offers a fine-grained perspective on the culture of suspicion pervading the policing of subversion—real and imagined—within France’s West African colonies after World War I.”—Martin Thomas, professor of history at the University of Exeter and author of Empires of Author: Kathleen Keller.

The Imperial British East Africa Company (IBEAC) was the administrator of Uganda Protectorate and British East Africa, which was the forerunner of the East Africa Protectorate, later IBEAC was a commercial association founded to develop African trade in the areas controlled by the British colonial power.

Created after the Berlin Treaty ofit was led by William Fate: Bankruptcy, territory became. The epilogue discusses ‘Homoian Christianity in the Post-Imperial West’ and stresses that Vandal North Africa was not an anomaly. Its Christian controversies unfolded very much like previous ecclesiastical conflicts in North Africa; in this respect (as in many others) Vandal North Africa was a continuation of late-Roman North : Ralf Bockmann.

Michael A. Gomez’s African Dominion is a history of West Africa from pre-antiquity to the Saadian invasion of Songhay. Elegantly written and rigorously structured, it comprises a prologue, fourteen chapters, and an epilogue.

Most of it is focused on the odyssey of the three empires that have dominated conceptions of West African political history in the modern : Ousmane Kane.

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[Zachary Kingdon; Kathryn Brown] -- "The early collections from Africa in Liverpool's World Museum reflect the city's longstanding shipping and commercial links with Africa's Atlantic coast.

A principal component of these collections. Nigerians made up more than half of the total force of 90, West African soldiers deployed to south east Asia afteras part of the British army’s 81st and 82nd (West Africa) Divisions.

From high-profile criminal cases to intimate lives, the book offers a fine-grained perspective on the culture of suspicion pervading the policing of subversion—real and imagined—within France’s West African colonies after World War I.”—Martin Thomas, professor of history at the University of Exeter and author of Empires of.

The Postcolonial Question, the Communist Party of Great Britain, and the Party’s African and Caribbean Membership. International Review of Social History, Vol. 61, Issue. 2, p. “Révolution Afrique” and West African Radical Militants in France in the s Anti-Imperial Metropolis is an excellent book that builds upon the Cited by: This is how "imperial" methods that were developed and refined in the laboratory that was colonial Africa are still in use in both contemporary African and western societies.

The book operates on the premise that the broad narrative details of imperial conquest, administration, and the transfer of power are fairly well understood, but the."An eminently readable and useful treatment of the military's role in the European colonialization an interesting, sometimes fascinating, account of conflict in Africa " —Parameters"There is no comparable work.

None covers as broad a topic—the experience of colonial wars of all the imperial powers and at the same time a consideration of the African wars of resistance against .