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dc.contributor.authorMinistry of Information state information service
dc.coverage.spatialEGYPTen
dc.date.accessioned2019-04-05T07:41:02Z
dc.date.available2019-04-05T07:41:02Z
dc.date.issued1995-07-31
dc.identifier.urihttp://archives.au.int/handle/123456789/5936
dc.descriptionBooken
dc.descriptionBookleten
dc.description.abstractContemporary African public opinion has always been·aware of the secret targets woven,. to trap the continent.In February 1885 the Lagos Observer said : "Along its history, the world has never witnessed such an expansive big robbery operation. The only motive of those.who were invited to and signed the resolution of the Berlin Conference was their hateful racialism, fanaticism and imperialistic tendencies". The enlightened world public opinion reactions were not less bitter towards the mischievous intrigues against the Africans. The British Manchester Guardian slapped the imperialistic expansion led by Britain saying : The British. people are not used to stand still and watch a conspiracy aimed at invasion and annexation of territories. The invasion made on paper in Berlin are being imposed on the British people as much as they are on the African.en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherMinistry of Information state information serviceen
dc.subjectEstablishing the O.A.Uen
dc.titleAfrica: A Century after its Division in the Berlin Conference, 1885en
dc.typeBooken
au.date.adoption1985-07-31
au.date.entryintoforce1985-07-31
au.declaration.cityCairoen
au.declaration.countryEGYPTen
au.event.startdate1985-07-31
au.event.enddate1985-07-31
au.event.cityCairoen
au.event.countryEGYPTen


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