Wars of Imperial Conquest in Africa, 1830-1914

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Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1998 - History - 274 pages
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"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 the imperial attacks." —William B. Cohen, Indiana University

This path-breaking work investigates the social, economic, and political impact of the European colonial wars in Africa on both the victors and the vanquished.

  

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Contents

the European invaders
26
A shifting balance 183080
56
Flood tide 188098
113
Ominous portents 18981914
185
Legacies
209
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Bruce Vandervort is Associate Professor of Modern European and African History, Virginia Military Institute.

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