Syllabus on International Relations

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VI. IN SOUTH AFRICA
References for A-D:--( Moon, ch. ix). * Hayes, II, 626, 634, 650-4. * Lucas, 134-49, 176-207. * Johnston, 254-61, 281-94. * Harris, 177-99, 211-3. * Bowman, 35-43, 156-64. # Morel, 36-67. # Robinson, British Empire, 357-75. Marvin, Western Races and the World, chs. x-xi. Michell, Life of Cecil Rhodes. Fuller, Cecil John Rhodes. Williams, Cecil Rhodes. Harris, The Chartered Millions. J. Edgar, History of South Africa. Worsfold, Union of South Africa. Lucas, Hist. Geog., vol. IV, pt. 3. Oxford Survey, III, Africa. Bryce, Impressions of South Africa, esp. 99-182. Theal, South Africa. Cana, South Africa from the Great Trek to the Union. Bryce and others, Briton and Boer. Hone, Southern Rhodesia. Plaatje, Native Life in South Africa. Weinthal, Story of the Cape to Cairo Railroad. Hobson, The War in South Africa. Doyle, The Great Boer War. Memoirs of Paul Kruger. # Egerton, British Colonial Policy in the Twentieth Century, 181-92. O'Neil, The War in Africa, ch. iv.
A. GEOGRAPHIC AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND.
1. Geographic environment and native races.
2. Dutch settlement of Cape Colony.
3. British conquest of the Cape, and the Boer Trek.
4. Settlement and British annexation of Natal.

B. CECIL RHODES AS AN EMPIRE-BUILDER.
1. His philosophy of British imperialism.
2. His business interests.
3. The Bechuanaland Protectorate.
4. The Lo Bengula concession and the British South Africa Co.
5. The Jameson Raid.

C. THE BOER WAR, 1899-1902.
1. The Boer republics and Gladstone.
2. The franchise dispute.
3. Economic causes.
4. The war and its result.

D. BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 1902.
1. Self-government and federation of the four colonies.
2. Attitude of the Boers--the loyal majority and the Nationalist minority; the Boer Rebellion of 1914; Boer Nationalism since 1914.
3. The negro problem.
4. The problem of Indian immigrants.
5. Conquest of German South West Africa (below).
6. Present condition of Rhodesia.

E. GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA.

Special references:--* Harris, ch. iv. # Calvert, German African Empire, 1-107. Antonelli, L'Afrique et la Paix de Versailles, ch. iii. # Townsend , Modern German Colonialism, 165-9. Von Hagen, Bismarcks Kolonialpolitik, bk. IV, sects. 1-6, 9, 15, 17. Other books on German colonies given under V, above.

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