From Babylon to Timbuktu: A History of Ancient Black Races Including the Black Hebrews

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AuthorHouse, Aug 19, 2011 - Social Science - 160 pages
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Until comparatively recent times, knowledge that black Africa was the seat of highly evolved civilizations and cultures during a time when Europe stagnated was limited to a small group of scholars. That great empires such as Ghana, and later, Mali flourished for centuries while Europe slept through its dark ages almost has been ignored by historians. Thousands of years before that, as Rudolph R. Windsor notes in this enlightening book, civilizations began with the black races of Africa and Asia, including the Hebrews, who in Biblical times were jet black. Then, western Europe had no nations as such, and its stone age inhabitants had but the crudest tools and lived in caves.Because of the scarce literature on the contributions of blacks to world civilizations, most people today hold the erroneous opinion that the black races have little real history. It was not known, for instance, that the ancient Hebrews, Mesopotamians, Phoenicians, and Egyptians were black. Now, a growing body of literature is presenting the illustrious history of the blacks and their enormous contributions.This carefully researched book is a significant addition to this vital field of knowledge. It sets forth in fascinating detail the history, from earliest recorded times, of the black races of the Middle East and Africa. Dr. Windsor's discussion of Islamic civilization and the movement of the black Hebrew to all parts of Africa is edifying and absorbing. Readers, regardless to race, will find this factual story of a noble heritage a valuable enrichment to their knowledge of world history.

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Yes excellent subject on social divide. The empowerment of Michael at the end is a spoiler. The book chronological black list of people invigorates the old. Gives excitement and hope to the young generation of readers. Great for any reason of forensic discussion into categories for me and you will find that you can be identified. 

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Very informing book of history on black races.


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Dr. Rudolph R. Windsor was born in Long Branch, NJ. After living in a number of Jersey communities, his family settled in Philadelphia where he attended Community College, studying Psychology and Political Science. He continued his educational pursuits at Gratz College majoring in Hebrew/Aramaic Studies, Temple University where he received his Ph.D. in metaphysical philosophy.In addition, he is married to Mary L. (Robinson) Windsor and has four sons and a daughter.He says about his book, "My motive in writing it is to give the missing history of the Afro-Americans, which has been excluded from some textbooks." Dr. Windsor is a strong advocate of the economic, cultural and moral development of the black community. In serving the community, he has been a member and president of several organization, was a delegate to the Black Power Conference of 1968, and a delegate on behalf of the Hebrews to meet with Mr. MaKonen, an official of the Ethiopian Mission to the United Nations in the early 1970s. After the earthquake in Haiti in January of 2010, Dr. Windsor decided to work with the Haitian community in the Atlanta area and has traveled to Haiti to do humanitarian work.Moreover, Mr. Windsor is the author of the book: The Valley of the Dry Bones and three other titles. After much consideration, he established his own company called Windsor Golden Series, and in 1988, Mr. Windsor redesigned the cover of his first book From Babylon to Timbuktu.Finally, Dr. Windsor, over the years, has appeared on radio and TV talk shows, lectured at congregations--organizations, universities, and has traveled to Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caribbean.

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