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Confidential print. Africa, 1834-1966 [electronic resource].


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Marlborough, UK : Adam Matthew Digital.
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Began in 2012.
At head of title: Archives Direct, sources from the National Archives, Kew.
"The Confidential Print series, issued by the Foreign and Colonial Offices since around 1820, is...one of the most important series produced by the British Government....Spanning the full era of the modern European colonisation of Africa, from the occupation of Algeria by France, through increasing British presence on the west African coast and around the Cape of Good Hope in the south, the Berlin Conference which set off the 'Scramble for Africa', the high-water mark of economic exploitation of Africans in the Congo Free State, rivalries amongst European powers and the era of withdrawal that followed the Second World War, Confidential Print: Africa is a fundamental resource for academics, students and researchers studying modern Africa and its recent history. The resource also features 300 colour maps"--Introduction.
Great Britain. Foreign Office.
Great Britain. Colonial Office.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
National Archives (Great Britain)
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