Nigeria a History.

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John Hatch, Commonwealth correspondent of the New Statesman, has an unrivalled reputation as observer and interpreter of the contemporary African scene. In this sympathetic and authoritative survey of the emergence and growth of Nigeria, John Hatch traces the shifting pressures which have shaped the area from prehistoric times -the first migrants to West of Africa, the rise of the great African empires, the horrors of the slave trade, the impact of European discovery and exploitation, the period of British dominance, and the painful adjustment to independent statehood.

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H/b in nice clean boards,guilt to spine.in v/g protected pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp 6+288,inc index,bibliography,no plates,text only,page map in prelims.original booksellers marker tipped in.Hinges strong,Binding firm,internaly clean and bright throughout.No foxing,staining or browning.In all aspects,a v/g almost fine copy.

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