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Africa's Agitators: Militant Anti-colonialism in Africa and the West, 1918-1939
Publisher : C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd
Published Date : 2008/10
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781850659365
BookWeb Price : AED 117.00
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Table of Contents
Abbreviations vii Introduction 1 1. Empire and anti-Empire 7 Early African resistance and protest 7 Europeans against empire 29 The First World War and Africa 45 2. Challenging Triumphant Empires, 1918-25 59 Africa in the aftermath 59 African unrest and protest, 1919-22 62 The impact of Marcus Garvey 81 Africans in Europe 91 Friendly natives 97 Communism and the colonial world 104 Communists and Africans: South Africa and the 116 'Negro Question' Communists and Africans: activists in France 122 The first Black militant group in France 141 Agitators and petitioners 146 3. Nationalists and Communists, 1925-31 151 The Rif War protest campaign in France 151 Agents crossing the Sahara? 158 The founding of the Etoile Nord-Africaine 165 The Brussels Congress and the League Against 172 Imperialism The Comintern Congress of 1928 and 182 anti-colonial militancy ANC, ICU and Communists in South Africa 186 Black militant leaders and the Comintern 193 Padmore, Wallace Johnson and Small 198 Communist eyes on colonial Africa 205 Lamine Senghor and African and Caribbean 216 militants in France Tiemoko Garan Kouyate and the LDRN 221 West African 'constitutional' politics 226 Challenges to colonialism in Africa: the 230 Dualas and Madagascar The Congo-Ocean railway and the Gbaya revolt 237 Anti-colonialists, Socialists and Communists 242 Germany as an anti-colonial centre 259 North African challenges and Shakib Arslan 262 Triumphant colonialism: France's Expo 1931 269 4. Struggles in the Thirties, 1932-39 273 Red and Black in the early thirties 273 Kouyate, Padmore and the Comintern 281 Radical talk in Accra and London 305 Paris, Moscow and African nationalists, 316 1934-35 Ethiopia, Africa, France and Britain, 1935-36 332 Stirrings in North Africa, 1936-39 346 Europe's hostile camps and Africa, 1936-39 361 A new radical group in London 382 Colonial liberals, radicals and African 391 issues in Britain, 1936-38 London, Paris and Freetown, 1938-39 408 Conclusions 423 Bibliography 439 Index 465
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