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Collection of Thirty-Four (34) publications regarding Africa in the Tumultuous Twentieth Century

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Collection of Thirty-Four (34) publications regarding Africa in the Tumultuous Twentieth Century – firsthand accounts of a continent embroiled by decolonisation and Cold-War geo-politics. 1.Charles Allen (editor), Tales from the Dark Continent: Images of British Colonial Africa in the Twentieth Century / 2. William Boyd, Lynda Schuster, Mark Doyle and others, Africa / 3. Miles Bredin, Blood on the Tracks: A Rail Journey from Angola to Mozmabique / 4. Andrew Buckoke, Fishing in Africa: A Guide to War and Corruption / 5. Alex Garland, W.F. Deedes and others, The Weekenders: Travels in the Heart of Africa / 6. Geoffrey Gorer, Africa Dances / 7. Peter Godwin, Mukiwa: A White Boy in Africa / 8. Peter Godwin and Ian Hancock, Rhodesians Never Die: The Impact of War and Political Change on White Rhodesia, c.1970-1980 / 9. Philip Gourevitch, We Wish to Inform You that Tomorrow We will be Killed with Our Families: Stories from Rwanda / 10. Blaine Harden, Africa: Dispatches from a Fragile Continent / 11. Jeremy Harding, Small Wars, Small Mercies: Journeys in Africa’s Disputed Nations / 12. Aidan Hartley, The Zanzibar Chest / 13. Dan Jacobson, The Electronic Elephant: A Southern African Journey / 14. David Lamb, The Africans / 15. David Lamb, The Africans / 16. Patrick Marnham, Fantastic Invasion: Dispatches from Africa / 17. Pater Marshall, Around Africa: From the Pillars of Hercules to the Strait of Gibraltar / 18. Judith Matloff, Fragments of a Forgotten War / 19. Paul Moorcraft, Guns & Poses: Travels with an Occasional War Correspondent / 20. Chris Munnion, Banana Sunday: Datelines from Africa / 21. Redmond O’Hanlon, Congo Journey / 22. Roland Oliver, In the Realms of Gold: Pioneering in African History / 23. Don Peterson, Revolution in Zanzibar: An American’s Cold War Tale / 24 David Read, Beating about the Bush: Tales from Tanganyika / 25. Keith B. Richburg, Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa / 26. Alec Russell, Big Men, Little People: Encounters in Africa / 27. Alex Shoumatoff, African Madness / 28. Stephen Taylor, Livingstone’s Tribe: A Journey from Zanzibar to the Cape / 29. Laurens Van Der Post, The Heart of the Hunter: A Journey into the Mind and the Spirit of the Bushmen / 30. Per Wästberg, Assignments in Africa / 31. Lyall Watson, Lightning Bird: One Man’s Journey into Africa / 32. Michela Wong, In the Footsteps of Mr Kurtz.

32 volumes. London / Johannesburg / New York / and others, Hamish Hamilton / Johnathan Ball Publishing / Penguin / Random House / and others, 1982 – 2004. 12.7 cm x 19.7 cm to 15.8 cm x 24 cm. circa.10,400 pages. Numerous plates and illustrations throughout volumes. 2 original hardcover with dustjackets and 30 original softcovers with illustrated boards. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Some minor tanning to otherwise clean and bright interiors.

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