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ISBN: 0890936161 (set) : $3,060.00 (sold as a set only)

Title: British documents on foreign affairs--reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print.

Part I, From the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War.

Series G, Africa, 1848-1914 / editor, David Throup.

Imprint: Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, c1995.

Physical Description: 25 v. ; 31 cm. Note: "General editors, Kenneth Bourne, D. Cameron Watt and Michael Partridge."

Contents: v. 1. Cape Province and the Eastern Frontier, 1848-1856 -- v. 2. Natal and Zululand, 1856-1879 -- v. 3. Natal and Zululand, 1879-1908 -- v. 4. The Cape, the Boer Republics and the Digger's Revolt, 1873-1876 -- v. 5. Relations with the South African Republic (1876-1895): Annexation and Independence -- v. 6. Relations with the South African Republic (1895-1896): The Jameson Raid and Its Aftermath -- v. 7. Relations with South African Republic, 1896-1898 -- v. 8. Anglo-Boer War I: From eve of war to capture of Johannesburg, 1899-1990 -- v. 9. Anglo-Boer War II: Attitude of European powers and post-war reconstruction, 1901-1905 -- v. 10. Labour problems and responsible government in Transvaal and Orange River Colony, 1905-1914 -- v. 11. British South Africa Company, Bechuanaland and Rhodesia, 1885-1895 -- v. 12. Mozambique, Nyasaland and Northeastern Rhodesia, 1899-1902

Contents: v. 13. Abyssinia and its neighbours, 1854-1914 -- v. 14. East Africa: diplomacy of imperialism, 1884-1911 -- v. 15. Kingdom of Buganda and Uganda Protectorate, 1886-1895 -- v. 16. Kingdom of Buganda and British Uganda, 1895-1904 -- v. 17 British East Africa, 1887-1905 -- v. 18 East Africa: offshore territories of Zanzibar and Madagascar, 1885-1913 -- v. 19. West Africa: Diplomacy of Imperialism, 1868-1895 -- v. 20. West Africa: Diplomacy of Imperialism, 1895-1913 -- v. 21. The Niger and Oil Rivers, 1860-1898 -- v. 22. Sierra Leone, Gold Coast and Liberia, 1862-1914 -- v. 23. The Congo Free State, 1863-1906 -- v. 24. The Congo Free State/Belgian Congo, 1907-1914 -- v. 25. Portuguese, French and German West African possessions, 1876-1913.

Subject (LC): Great Britain--Foreign relations--Africa--Sources.

Subject (LC): Africa--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources.

Organization: Great Britain. Foreign Office.

GREEN-- Location: STACKS copy 1

Library has: pt.I:ser. G:vols.1-25

JZ632 .B75 F PT.I

 

Title: British documents on foreign affairs--reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print.

Part II, From the First to the Second World War.

Series G, Africa, 1914-1939 / editor, Peter Woodward.

Imprint: Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, c1994-

Physical Description: v. ; 31 cm.

Note: "General editors, Kenneth Bourne and D. Cameron Watt."

Subject (LC): Great Britain--Foreign relations--Africa--Sources.

Subject (LC): Africa--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Sources.

Subject (LC): Great Britain--Foreign relations--1910-1936--Sources.

Organization: Great Britain. Foreign Office.

GREEN-- Location: STACKS copy 1

Library has: pt.II:Ser. G:v.1-30

JZ632 .B75 F PT.II


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