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The scramble for Africa astonished everyone. In 1880 most of the continent was still ruled by Africans and barely explored. By 1902, five European powers had grabbed almost the whole continent, giving themselves 30 new colonies and protectorates. This is the history of this episode.

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ISBN:
9780349104492
Author:
PAKENHAM, THOMAS
Publisher:
TIME WARNER BOOKS
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Edition Description:
NEW ED
Publication Date:
19921126
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TRADE PAPER
Pages:
738
Dimensions:
197 x 129 in.

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