THE HANDBOOK OF Africa

EDITED BY Violaine I. Junod

ASSISTED BY Idrian N. Resnick

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS 1963

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Algeria 1
  • Angola 13
  • Basutoland 21
  • Bechuanaland 29
  • The Federation of the Cameroon 37
  • The Central African Republic 46
  • The Republic of Chad 54
  • The Comoro Islands 63
  • The Republic of the Congo - (brazzaville) 70
  • The Republic of the Congo 79
  • The Republic of Dahomey 91
  • Egypt ( - United Arab Republic 100
  • Ethiopia (including Eritrea) 110
  • French Somaliland. 120
  • The Gabon Republic 128
  • Gambia 137
  • Ghana 146
  • The Republic of Guinea 157
  • The Republic of the Ivory Coast 166
  • Kenya 175
  • Liberia 185
  • The United Kingdom of Libya 193
  • The Malagasy Republic Notes 211
  • The Republic of Mali 213
  • The Islamic Republic Of Mauritania 222
  • The Kingdom of Morocco 231
  • Mozambique 241
  • The Republic of the Niger 249
  • Nigeria 257
  • Portuguese Territories 270
  • The Federation of Rhodesia And Nyasaland 273
  • Nyasaland Notes 288
  • Northern Rhodesia 289
  • Southern Rhodesia 299
  • Rwanda and Burundi (formerly Ruanda-Urundi) 310
  • Rwanda and Burundi Notes 318
  • Senegal - Area: 76,000 Sq. M. Population: 2,257,000(1956 Estimate) Density: 30 Per Sq. M. 320
  • Sierra Leone 330
  • The Somali Republic 339
  • The Republic of South Africa 349
  • South-West Africa 361
  • Spanish Territories 369
  • Sudan 371
  • Swaziland 382
  • Tanganyika 391
  • The Republic of Togo 402
  • Tunisia Notes 411
  • Uganda 421
  • The Republic Of the Upper Volta 432
  • Zanzibar 441
  • Zanzibar Notes 448
  • Appendix I Colonial Policies in Africa 451
  • Appendix II - Regional Groupings 458
  • Appendix III - Metropolitan Aid to Africa 463
  • Appendix IV - British and French Trade And Marketing Systems 470
  • Appendix V - Tables of Measures and Currency 472
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