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by D J Nicoll
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  • Author:
    D J Nicoll
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    1873605978
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    978-1873605974
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    Kate Sharpley Library; Pmplt edition (January 1, 2002)
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Between 1874 and 1877 Henry Morton Stanley traveled central Africa East to West, exploring Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and the Lualaba and Congo rivers.

Between 1874 and 1877 Henry Morton Stanley traveled central Africa East to West, exploring Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and the Lualaba and Congo rivers. He covered 7,000 miles (11,000 km) from Zanzibar in the east to Boma in the mouth of the Congo in the west and resolved a number of open questions concerning the geography of central Africa. This including identifying the source of the Nile, which he proved was not the Lualaba – which is in fact the source of the river Congo.

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This book addresses a central but often ignored question in the history of modern France and modern .

This book addresses a central but often ignored question in the history of modern France and modern colonialism: How did the Third Republic, highly regarded for its professed democratic values, allow itself to be seduced by the insidious and persistent appeal of a civilizing ideology with distinct racist overtones? . One of the author’s principal arguments is that the idea of a civilized mission underwent dramatic changes, due to ideological, political, and economic transformations occurring simultaneously in France and its colonies.

The book takes on the important task of informing the reader of the most likely origin of humankind, and tells the history of the African continent in the last 10,000 years or so. It dispels many Eurocentric misconceptions and untruths. It is high time the truth comes out and the European colonizers' version is proven so tainted that it is simply untrue.

David Nicoll was an anarchist militant, active in Sheffield and London a century ago, who was never afraid to give the powerful the sharp side of his tongue. Here, he berates Stanley and his cheerleaders in the press who thought that massacring Africans in the cause of 'civilizing' them was a price worth paying! An early anti-colonial classic!