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John Laband

understood that military slavery was the most honourable and profitable form of enforced servitude available to them, and that through this enforced service they secured a life of military honour with opportunities for power and enrichment. 32 During their conquest of Africa the colonial powers

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Maji Maji War, Ngoni Warlords and Militarism in Southern Tanzania

A Revisionist View of Nationalist History

Eginald P.A.N. Mihanjo and Oswald Masebo

shows that the communities survived by adapting to three types of life, namely, aquatic or water based civilisation, living in concentrated area – ‘linga’ and forest life or mountain/cave-based life. 51 Reports by travellers in the area show clearly the development of a water-based civilisation

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Enock Ndawana and Mediel Hove

the living conditions for chiefs and headmen in an effort to dissuade them from participating in the Mau Mau war. 2 However, this did not stop some affluent chiefs and headmen to support the Mau Mau. 3 This underscores that the position of traditional authorities vis-à-vis supporting or opposing the

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Boyo G. Ockinga

wr pḥ.ty nḫt ꜥ.w srḫ.y tnr nb sḥ.w mn-i̓b spd sḫr.w si̓ꜣ ꜥnḫ mi̓ Mḥ.y i̓p mi̓ Šw sꜣ Rꜥ.w , “a divine youth, splendid young man, great of strength, strong of arm, strong counsellor, lord of counsels, firm hearted, acute of plans, one who perceives life like ‘the Filler’, 13 discerning like Shu the

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Daniel Renshaw

examined in detail below, is the disparity in the amount of material involved in the two projects, the size of Life and Labour when contrasted with How the Other Half Lives , both in terms of raw data and published analysis. Nevertheless, Riis’s work, no less than Booth’s, was motivated by a hunger and

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Briony Wickes

depend upon these nonhuman agents, both in their capacity as a labour force in pre-industrialised spaces and as valuable commodities that motivated nineteenth-century global trade networks. Beyond physical work, however, domestic emigrant animals were additionally an emotional comfort, offering a sense

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Sue Silberberg

multiplicity of place. 21 Concepts exemplified by Sephardi Jews recalling the golden age of Spain while living dispersed across Europe, the Atlantic or Australia. Outside nation states, Jews used language and a shared cultural experience to define identity, even as they moved within an increasingly globalised

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Trevor Harris

nature means it cannot be reduced to any convenient push-pull formula. 16 Indeed, Welsh migration to Argentina, initially motivated as it was by ideological factors, rather than the economic considerations (such as wage differentials) prominent in migration theory, shows how the history of a small

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Daniela Moreau

living between the sea and the desert emerges in the images made by Fortier in 1906, as well as a very accurate (probably unintentionally) record of that specific historical moment. I guessed the material would interest him. As we know, one of the many innovative contributions Moraes Farias made to West

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Linda Hulin

Held at Rethymnon, Crete, September 29–October 2, 2002 , ed. N.C. Stampolides and V. Karageorghis (Athens: A.G. Leventis Foundation, 2003), pp. 63–70. 45 K. Kuhlmann, “Roman and Byzantine Siwa: Developing a Latent Picture”, in Life on the Fringe: Living in the Southern Egyptian Deserts During