A History of Mozambique

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Indiana University Press, 1995 - History - 679 pages

This book summarizes five hundred years of the history of the societies that exist within the area that became Mozambique in 1891. It also takes the story up to the present, including the War of Liberation and Mozambique after independence. It is work of major scholarship that will appeal to experts and students alike.

 

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Contents

I
1
III
31
V
61
VI
79
VII
105
VIII
127
IX
147
X
167
XVI
267
XVII
298
XVIII
317
XIX
356
XX
386
XXI
445
XXII
482
XXIII
517

XII
193
XIII
217
XIV
243
XXIV
541
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MALYN NEWITT is a senior lecturer in the Department of History at Exeter University and author of numerous articles and book, including Portuguese Settlement on the Zambezi and Portugal in Africa.

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