The History of Central and Eastern Africa

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Britannica Educational Publishing, 1.10.2010 - 304 sivua
The abundance of natural resources endemic to central and eastern Africa has been critical in shaping the trajectory of the civilizations that have made the region their home. Like the rest of the continent, however, the areas riches also made them vulnerable to slave traders and colonizers who left a devastating legacy in their wake. This engrossing selection documents the history of a region that witnessed some of the world s most brutal and destructive conflicts as well as the birth of several groups who continue to fight for justice and peace in the region.
 

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CHAPTER 1 CENTRAL AFRICA
1
CHAPTER 2 BURUNDI
24
CHAPTER 3 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
31
CHAPTER 4 DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
39
CHAPTER 5 REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
53
CHAPTER 6 GABON
59
CHAPTER 7 RWANDA
65
CHAPTER 8 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
72
CHAPTER 12 ETHIOPIA
119
CHAPTER 13 KENYA
140
CHAPTER 14 SOMALIA
154
CHAPTER 15 TANZANIA
167
CHAPTER 16 UGANDA
181
CONCLUSION
193
GLOSSARY
194
BIBLIOGRAPHY
196

CHAPTER 9 EASTERN AFRICA
76
CHAPTER 10 DJIBOUTI
105
CHAPTER 11 ERITREA
110
INDEX
198
BACK COVER
206
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