The World and Africa: An Inquiry into the Part Which Africa Has Played in World History

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INDEX
Aahmes, Pharaoh, 114, 126, 127, 128
Aaron, 131, 132
Abasid Caliphate, 186
Abbas, King, 195
Abderrahman Es-Sadi, 223
Abdul-Hak-Hamid, 183
Abdurahman, King, 185
Abolition of slave trade, 60, 63, 65
Aborigines Protection Society, 245
Abron, 161
Abs, 190
Abu’l Abbas, Caliph, 187
Abu-l-Misk Kafur, Caliph, 187–88
Abydos, 108
Abyssinia, 8, 9, 32, 102, 135, 140, 144, 146–47, 165, 187, 196, 215, 228; and Europeans, 216; and Portuguese, 215
Accra, 233
Achen, 29
Achilles, 121
Adler, Felix, 3
Adua (Adowa), 216
Aeschylus, 121; quoted, 119
Aesop, 120
Afghanistan, 177
Africa: conquest of, 31–41; early peoples of, 81 ff.; German claims to, 6; partition of, 35; physical geography of, 82 ff.
African Lakes Co., 73, 76
Agadir, 3
Ahmad-ibn-Tulun, 186–87
Aiken, quoted, 57
Akan, 161
Akhnaton (Akhenaton), 129, 130
Albania, 47
Albuquerque, Alphonso, 28
Aleppo, 188
Alessandro, duke of Florence, 47
Alexander (the Great), 126, 140
Alexander II, Pharaoh, 140
Alexander VI, Pope, 53
Alexandria, 140, 141, 189, 223
Algeria, 83, 92, 182–83, 224
Al-Hudrubi, 196
Ali, 191, 205
Ali Baba, King, 187
Al-Jahiz, 224–25
AÍ Kabith, 187
Almanzor, 185
Almohades, 205–206
Almoravides, 203, 205–206
Alpes Maritimes, 182
Alphonso VI, King, 205
Alut, 138
Amanetari, Queen, 139
Amaswazi, 96
Amenemhat III, Pharaoh, 113
Amenhotep, see Amenophis.
Amenophis I, 128
Amenophis II, 129, 135
Amenophis III, 129
Amenophis IV, 129, 130
Amenothes, 126
Ameny, quoted, 112
Americas: abolition in, 65–66; and slave trade, 51 ff., 57; built with African aid, 227–28; Indians in, 28. See also United States, Central America, Mexico, South America.
Ammon, 135, 226
Amoah III, Chief, 243
Amratians, 100
Amr-ibn-el-Asr, 186
Amritsar massacre, 13
Andaman Islands, 178
Anderson, Α., 57
Andromeda, 120, 121–22, 226, 256, 259, 260
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 102, 165. See also Sudan.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Chapter I - The Collapse of Europe 1
  • Chapter II - The White Masters of the World 16
  • Chapter III - The Rape of Africa 44
  • Chapter IV - The Peopling of Africa 81
  • Chapter V - Egypt 98
  • Chapter VI - The Land of the Burnt Faces 115
  • Chapter VII - Atlantis 148
  • Chapter VIII - Central Africa and the March of the Bantu 164
  • Chapter IX - Asia in Africa 176
  • Chapter X - The Black Sudan 201
  • Chapter XI - Andromeda 226
  • The Message 261
  • Index 263
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