The Scramble for Africa: White Man’s Conquest of the Dark Continent from 1876 to 1912

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  • By: Pakenham, Thomas
  • 1992 | Paperback
  • ISBN is 9780380719990 / 0380719991
  • Publisher: Avon Books

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From the rear cover of this 738 page book: “A phenomenal achievement, clear, authoritative and compelling……Thomas Pakenham’s fine book tells the story of this particular gold rush with admirable and judicious poise….Contains some of the best-known episodes of 19th-Century history as well as some of the most mythologized and colorful characters the world has ever seen…..Livingstone and Stanley, Brazza and Rhodes, Kitchener and Gordon, Lugard and Jameson…..Highly readable.” and “Taking the entire continent as his canvas, Pakenham has painted a picture of heroism and horror. He writes both with compassion and with an effective combination of detachment and judgement. A splendid book.”

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