A survey of the historical and international aspects of colonial rule in Africa.
Part 1 Europe and tropical Africa: the acquisition of the British African tropics; the status and conditions of the British tropics; principles governing control in the tropics; the people of British tropical Africa; some general principles of administration; the machinery of administration; the British staff and conditions of life in the tropics; the home government and the dependencies; the home government and the dependencies (contd). Part 2 Special problems: methods of ruling native races; methods of ruling native races (contd); taxation; taxation (contd) and methods of raising revenue; land tenure and transfer; land tenure and transfer (contd); land tenure and transfer (contd); minerals; slavery in British Africa; slavery in British Africa (contd); labour in tropical Africa; labour in tropical Africa (contd); education; education (contd); transport; trade; economic development; economic development (contd); the law and the courts of justice; courts of justice (contd); some other problems; some other problems (contd); conclusion - the value of British rule in the tropics to the British democracy and to the native races.
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 696
Published: 1st September 1965
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2
Weight (kg): 0.5
Edition Number: 1