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Anglo-Portuguese relations in South-Central Africa, 1890-1900.

Philip R Warhurst

Anglo-Portuguese relations in South-Central Africa, 1890-1900.

by Philip R Warhurst

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Published by Published for the Royal Commonwealth Society by Longmans in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Africa, Central -- Politics and government.,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Portugal,
  • Portugal -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe Royal Commonwealth Society. Imperial studies, no. 23
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT854 W37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination169p.
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14273659M

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Anglin. The Cambridge History of Africa - edited by Roland Oliver September Roberts, T. ‘ Railway imperialism and French advances towards Lake Chad, – ’, Warhurst, P. Anglo-Portuguese relations in south-central Africa, – London, Abstract. Successive British cabinets through the nineteenth century debated the merits Anglo-Portuguese relations in South-Central Africa formal and informal empire in southern Africa.

After many changes of policy it was eventually decided in to make war against the Boer republics in order to establish a firm paramountcy over the whole : T. Davenport, Christopher Saunders.

The British Historical Society of Portugal is a Society with about members and has as its object to recover, preserve and collate as much as possible of the history of the British in Portugal, and to promote interest in the History of Anglo-Portuguese relations. After African chiefdoms, (johhanesburg, Witswatersrand University Press, ) offers useful information on the movement of the Portuguese government in this period.

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*This article is in part the result of research carried on in Mozambique and Rhodesia, during the period from February till April, The author is indebted to the University of New Hampshire (U.S.A.) for allowing him to pursue this part of his research in Africa through a leave of absence, and to the University College of Rhodesia (Salisbury Cited by: Africa in the European security and a balance of power policy at the end of 19th century.

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In order to understand the reasons for them and the effect which they had on Anglo-Portuguese trade, an explanation of certain social problems which bedevilled Portuguese life and society is : L.M.E. Shaw.Anglo-Portuguese relations in south-central Africa, – P.R. Warhurst. Oxford The trust in imperial central African policy.

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