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Images of Empire: Photographic Sources for the British in the Sudan (Sources for African History) Paperback – 1 Nov 2005


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'This is an extra good reference for the historian and student of Africa and African colonialism. It highlights the richness of photographic sources for the understanding and analysis of British colonial rule in the Sudan. The photographic record can also be of great interest to those with a fancy for historical photos.' Adel Manai, African Studies Quarterly (Spring 2007)

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M.W. Daly, Ph.D. (1977) London, is the author or editor of several books on the Sudan, including Empire on the Nile (Cambridge, 1986), Imperial Sudan (Cambridge, 1991), and A history of the Sudan (Longman, 5th ed. 2000). Jane R. Hogan, Assistant Keeper at Durham University Library since 1990, with responsibility for the Sudan Archive.

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