The History of Central and Eastern Africa
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 12 ETHIOPIA
CHAPTER 13 KENYA
CHAPTER 14 SOMALIA
CHAPTER 15 TANZANIA
CHAPTER 16 UGANDA
CHAPTER 9 EASTERN AFRICA
CHAPTER 10 DJIBOUTI
CHAPTER 11 ERITREA
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19th century Addis Ababa administration Ahmad Aksum Arab army Bantu Bantu languages became began Belgian Bokassa Britain British Bunyoro Burundi Central Africa Central African Republic centre Christian Chwezi clan coastal colonial conﬂict Congo River Congolese constitution country’s coup Democratic Republic Djibouti dominated early East Africa East African coast eastern economic elections emperor Eritrea established Ethiopia ethnic European ﬁrst forces French Gabon German government’s groups Hutu I—Iutu independence inﬂuence interior Islam islands Italian ivory Kasavubu Kenya Kenyatta Kibaki Kikuyu Kilwa king kingdom labour Lake Victoria land later leaders Leopold Maasai Menilek ment military minister missionaries Mobutu Mogadishu Mombasa Muslim National neighbours northern Nyerere Obote Odinga ofthe Oromo party People’s political population Portuguese president protectorate rebels Red Sea region rule rulers Rwanda Sao Tomé slave trade Somali southern sultan Tanganyika Tanzania territory Tigray tion Treaty troops Tutsi Uganda western World Zanzibar