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Tokyo [1933], Hokuseido. Blue cloth, 242p., 51 b.w. photos,. very good, bright, clean copy, bit worn dj. mylar protector,. with RARE 2 page Hokuseido illustrated advert for this. book laid in, 13 x 19 cm. FIRST EDITION. Highly pro-Japanese essay discussing Japanese character, tourism, labor & industry, Japanese statesmen, Manchoukuo [Japanese-occupied Manchuria], Korea, Japan in the Pacific, and others as well. *** The author spent a year travelling throughout the Japanese empire and emerged an enthusiastic advocate of the country, this at a time when its activities in Manchuria were attracting widespread condemnation. In fact, Bodley manages to construct a defence of Japan from his perception that the Chinese were not united enough in their resistance * The author was a British army officer, author and journalist. He is best known for his book, Wind in the Sahara. he was also a friend of T. E. Lawrence. Bodley spent a year travelling in Japan, with this book being the result of his travels. With details on Manchoukuo, Japan and the Pacific Islands, Japanese culture and life, etc. *** . *** Color scans of this and most other items are posted to our website. Book description text protected by Copyright. ., Oxford University Press, USA. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 176 pages. Dimensions: 9.3in. x 6.1in. x 0.6in.During the heyday of camel caravan traffic--from the eighth century CE arrival of Islam in North Africa to the early twentieth-century building of European colonial railroads that linked the Sudan with the Atlantic--the Sahara was one of the worlds great commercial highways, bringing gold, slaves, and other commodities northward and sending both manufactured goods and Mediterranean culture southward into the Sudan. Historian Ralph A. Austen here tells the remarkable story of an African world that grew out of more than one thousand years of trans-Saharan trading. Perhaps the most enduring impact of this trade and the common cultural reference point of trans-Saharan Africa was Islam. Austen traces this faith in its various forms--as a legal system for regulating trade, an inspiration for reformist movements, and a vehicle of literacy and cosmopolitan knowledge. He also analyzes the impact of European overseas expansion, which marginalized trans-Saharan commerce in global terms but stimulated its local growth. Indeed, trans-Saharan culture not only adapted to colonial changes, but often thrived upon them, remaining a potent force into the twenty-first century. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Oxford University Press, USA

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During the heyday of camel caravan traffic-from the eighth century CE arrival of Islam in North Africa to the early twentieth-century building of European colonial railroads that linked the Sudan with the Atlantic-the Sahara was one of the world's great commercial highways, bringing gold, slaves, and other commodities northward and sending both manufactured goods and Mediterranean culture southward into the Sudan. Historian Ralph A. Austen here tells the remarkable story of an African world th During the heyday of camel caravan traffic-from the eighth century CE arrival of Islam in North Africa to the early twentieth-century building of European colonial railroads that linked the Sudan with the Atlantic-the Sahara was one of the world's great commercial highways, bringing gold, slaves, and other commodities northward and sending both manufactured goods and Mediterranean culture southward into the Sudan. Historian Ralph A. Austen here tells the remarkable story of an African world that grew out of more than one thousand years of trans-Saharan trading. Perhaps the most enduring impact of this trade and the common cultural reference point of trans-Saharan Africa was Islam. Austen traces this faith in its various forms-as a legal system for regulating trade, an inspiration for reformist movements, and a vehicle of literacy and cosmopolitan knowledge. He also analyzes the impact of European overseas expansion, which marginalized trans-Saharan commerce in global terms but stimulated its local growth. Indeed, trans-Saharan culture not only adapted to colonial changes, but often thrived upon them, remaining a potent force into the twenty-first century. Middle East, History, Trans-Saharan Africa In World History~~ Ralph A. Austen~~Middle East~~History~~9780195157314, en, Trans-Saharan Africa In World History, Ralph A. Austen, 9780195157314, Oxford University Press, USA, 04/19/2010, , , , Oxford University Press, USA, 04/19/2010

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Ralph A. Austen

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Trans-Saharan Africa in World History

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0195157311

During the heyday of camel caravan traffic--from the eighth century CE arrival of Islam in North Africa to the early twentieth-century building of European colonial railroads that linked the Sudan with the Atlantic--the Sahara was one of the world's great commercial highways, bringing gold, slaves, and other commodities northward and sending both manufactured goods and Mediterranean culture southward into the Sudan. Historian Ralph A. Austen here tells the remarkable story of an African world that grew out of more than one thousand years of trans-Saharan trading. Perhaps the most enduring impact of this trade and the common cultural reference point of trans-Saharan Africa was Islam. Austen traces this faith in its various forms--as a legal system for regulating trade, an inspiration for reformist movements, and a vehicle of literacy and cosmopolitan knowledge. He also analyzes the impact of European overseas expansion, which marginalized trans-Saharan commerce in global terms but stimulated its local growth. Indeed, trans-Saharan culture not only adapted to colonial changes, but often thrived upon them, remaining a potent force into the twenty-first century.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195157314
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195157311
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
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Gewicht: 0,408 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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