INDEX

a
Abbakka, Queen of the Ullal 26
Abbas, Ferhat 234, 289, 295, 314, 316
Abd el Krim, revolt of 200 -2
Abd el-Malek, A. 250 -1
Abel, Thomas 322
abolitionism, slavery 174 -6
aborigines, Australia 147, 151
Act of Union with Ireland (1800) 12
Afghanistan 92, 161
Africa:
Belgium 9, 73, 85, 133, 335 -6;
Britain 73, 81, 197, 227, 231, 257, 313, 335 -7;
Communism 256 -7;
de Gaulle 328 ;
decolonization 315, 331 -7;
division of 9, 73, 87 ;
exploration of 13 ;
forced labour 129 -30;
France 9, 19, 73, 76, 86, 260, 313 -14;
frontier demarcation agreements 76 -8;
heritage preservation 114 ;
neo-colonialism 347 ;
organized states 195 -8;
Panafricanism 257 -61;
Portugal 9, 25, 73, 76, 225, 298, 300 ;
resistance movements 192 -8;
slave trade 193 -5;
subsistence vs market economy 18 ;
treaty of Alcaçovas (1479) 53 ;
see also North Africa;
South Africa
African National Congress (ANC) 144, 337
Afrikaners, South Africa 143 -6
Afro-Americans 257, 263
AIDS 134
Aix-la-Chapelle peace treaty 60
Albuquerque, Alfonso de 6, 26, 28, 53 -4
Alcazarquivir, battle of 2, 8
Alexander VI, Pope 37 -8
Algeria: 1954 uprising 234 -6;
1958 war of independence 179, 211, 234, 292, 296 -7;
Arabs 118 -21;
army identification with 11 ;
Bugeaud 79, 80 ;
cinema 198, 200 ;
colonists' disquiet 231 -3;
Daghestan parallels 90 ;
de Gaulle 329 -31;
French colonists 118, 263 ;
French conquest of 69, 72 ;
independence 234, 285, 331 ;
Nasser 321, 322, 324 -5;
nationalist militancy 236 ;
pieds-noirs 118, 124, 233, 236, 293 ;
Suez crisis 325 ;
women's emancipation 182
Algerian Communist Party (PCA) 289 -92
Almagro, Diego de 36
alternative ideologies 358
American Colonization Society 258
American Independence, war of (1783) 12, 65, 211, 213, 258
Americas:
black resistance 113 -14;
exploration of 1, 2, 5 ;
French colonization 41 -4;
Iberian colonization 53, 57, 105 -6;
Panafrican movement 259 ;
plantations 125 -6;
racial mixing 107 ;
slavery 113, 126, 194 ;
trauma of invasion 186 -7
Ancien Régime 59
Andean America 300
Andes, Spanish invasion 186
Anglo-Dutch wars 56
Anglo-German treaties, Africa 77
Anglo-Indians 115 -18
Anglo-Spanish war 58
Angola 140, 298, 300
annexation, practice of 9

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Colonization or Imperialism 1
  • 2 - The Initiatives 24
  • 3 - Conflicts for an Empire 52
  • 4 - A New Race of Societies 104
  • 5 - Rose-Coloured Legend and Pitch-Black Legend 163
  • 6 - The Vision of the Vanquished 186
  • 7 - The Movements for Colonist-Independence 211
  • 8 - Leaven and Levers 239
  • 9 - Independence or Revolution 262
  • 10 - Liberation or Decolonization 305
  • 11 - Decolonization Halted 344
  • Chronology 361
  • Filmographic Selection 370
  • Bibliography 376
  • Index 390
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