A history of modern Africa: 1800 to the present
A History of Modern Africa recounts the full breadth of historical events that have shaped the last two centuries of the African continent.
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Polity Society and Economy in the Nineteenth
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administration African History African society agricultural Algeria Angola Arab areas army Asante became Boers Britain British Bunyoro Cambridge central Christian civilization coastal colonial rule commercial communities conflict Congo continent cultural Dahomey decolonization early East eastern economic Egypt Egyptian eighteenth century elites emergence empire Eritrea Ethiopia ethnic Europe European example expansion export forces French Fulani global Gold Coast groups identities imperial important increasingly independence influence interior internal involved Islam Kenya kingdom labor land largely late nineteenth later leaders London military missionaries modern movements Mozambique Muslim nationalist Niger Nigeria nineteenth century Nonetheless northern notably Nyamwezi Ottoman particular parties political population Portuguese pre-colonial produce protest region resistance Rhodesia Sahara Sanusiyya savannah settlers slave trade social Somalia South Africa Southern Rhodesia struggle sub-Saharan Sudan Swahili swathes Tanganyika Tanzania territory tion Tutsi twentieth century Uganda urban violence West Africa Western Yoruba Zanzibar Zulu