Great Britain and South African Confederation. 1870-1881.


This is the story of the unsuccessful attempts of British governments,during the twelve years between 1870 and 1881,to bring about the political unity of the Southern Africa sub-continent.This study is concerned with British imperial motives and methods,rather than with the results of their failure,and it is therefore offered primarily as a contribution to the understanding of European imperialism in the nineteenth century.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a chipped and slightly edge-worn d/w,some slight damage to the bottom of d/w where a lable has been removed.Size 9×6 pp 11+310,inc,index,bibliography,plus f/o map,notes to text,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning,A nice clean and bright volume throughout.


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