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Year 1965 Archives
The American Historical Review Archives
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  • The American Historical Review
    Total Archives: 116 Years, 503 Issues, 73,706 Articles, 162,705pp
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      (Review)
      Foreign Trade and Economic Development in Africa, by S. Daniel Neumark
      1. Foreign Trade and Economic Development in Africa by S. Daniel Neumark
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 552
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      (Review)
      The Mossi of the Upper Volta, by Elliott P. Skinner
      1. The Mossi of the Upper Volta by Elliott P. Skinner
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 552
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      (Review)
      Ottoman Egypt in the Age of the French Revolution, by Huseyn Efendi
      1. Ottoman Egypt in the Age of the French Revolution by Huseyn Efendi
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 553
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      (Review)
      French-Speaking West Africa, by Philip Neres
      1. French-Speaking West Africa by Philip Neres
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 554
    5. [+]
      (Review)
      Le Maroc et L'Europe (1830-1894), by Jean-Louis Miege
      1. Le Maroc et L'Europe (1830-1894) by Jean-Louis Miege
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 554
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      (Review)
      Africa and the Communist World, by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
      1. Africa and the Communist World by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
      The American Historical Review
      , January 1965, p. 464
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      (Review)
      History of the Chagga People of Kilimanjaro, by Kathleen M. Stahl
      1. History of the Chagga People of Kilimanjaro by Kathleen M. Stahl
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 880
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      (Review)
      The Small Brave City-State, by Ebiegberi Joe Alagoa
      1. The Small Brave City-State by Ebiegberi Joe Alagoa
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 880
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      (Review)
      A History of Northern Rhodesia, by Lewis H. Gann
      1. A History of Northern Rhodesia by Lewis H. Gann
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 881
    10. [+]
      (Review)
      The Historian in Tropical Africa, by Jan Vansina, R. Mauny, and L.V. Thomas
      1. The Historian in Tropical Africa by Jan Vansina, R. Mauny, and L.V. Thomas
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 785
    11. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      The Afrikaner's Interpretation of South African History, by F.A. Van Jaarsveld
      1. The Afrikaner's Interpretation of South African History by F.A. Van Jaarsveld
      2. Time Longer Than Rope by Edward Roux
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 786
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      (Review)
      The First Hundred Years of the Standard Bank, by J.A. Henry and H.A. Siepman
      1. The First Hundred Years of the Standard Bank by J.A. Henry and H.A. Siepman
      The American Historical Review
      , April 1965, p. 881
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      (Review)
      Boston University Papers on Africa, Vol. I, by Jeffrey Butler
      1. Boston University Papers on Africa, Vol. I by Jeffrey Butler
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1208
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      (Review)
      Britain, Sahara and Western Sudan, 1788-1861, by A. Adu Boahen
      1. Britain, Sahara and Western Sudan, 1788-1861 by A. Adu Boahen
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1211
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      (Review)
      Trade Castles and Forts of West Africa, by A.W. Lawrence
      1. Trade Castles and Forts of West Africa by A.W. Lawrence
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1215
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      (Review)
      East African Unity Through Law, by Thomas M. Franck
      1. East African Unity Through Law by Thomas M. Franck
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1213
      1. East African Unity Through Law by Thomas M. Franck
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1115
      1. East African Unity Through Law by Thomas M. Franck
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1216
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      (Review)
      Political Awakening in the Belgian Congo., by Rene Lemarchand
      1. Political Awakening in the Belgian Congo. by Rene Lemarchand
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1214
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      (Review)
      A History of the Gambia, by Harry A. Gailey
      1. A History of the Gambia by Harry A. Gailey
      The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1216