Ghana and Togo Under Colonial Rule, in Government Reports, 1843–1957 contains papers from the colonial governments in Ghana and Togo. They shed much light on British rule in these territories. Throughout the period covered by this collection Ghana and Togo were known as the Gold Coast and British Togoland. Their records are published together because Togoland included land which is part of modern-day Ghana.
The government reports contained in this collection cover the First and Second World Wars and the rise of African sleeping sickness from the Tsetse fly. They also document the administration of social services prior to independence. This collection provides students and academics with insights into the histories of Ghana and Togo and their experiences of British colonialism. – Publisher
Lexique latin médiéval Mittellateinisches Wörterbuch
J. F. Niermeyer's Mediae Latinitatis Lexicon Minus is a highly practical lexicon, providing researchers, teaching staff and students in the field of Medieval History with concise, essential information. This new online edition, still the “compendious lexicon for rapid information” envisaged by Niermeyer, recreates the second print edition (2002) on Brill’s Dictionary Platform , providing French, English and German translations for every entry of a Medieval Latin concept and searches on lemma and full text: searches can be refined by century of use. – Publisher
Nigeria and Cameroon Under Colonial Rule, in Government Reports, 1887–1962 contains papers from the colonial governments in Nigeria and Cameroon. The reports are divided into ten sections: Administration, Finance, Judicial and Police, Natural Resources, Social Services, Transport and Public Works, Communications and Post Office Savings, Commerce, Miscellaneous, and reports relating to the British Cameroons.
The government reports contained in this collection cover several important developments and events including the establishment of the Colony and Protectorate of Lagos, the First and Second World Wars, and the creation of the independent Nigerian state. The reports provide students and academics with unique insights into the histories of Nigeria and Cameroon. They likewise shed light on the broader development, and eventual dissolution, of British colonial rule in West Africa. – Publisher
Uganda was a colonial creation that was formed by joining the kingdoms of Buganda and Bunyoro. In 1894, Uganda became a protectorate of the British Empire and was thereby administrated by the British. This collection provides a unique opportunity to explore this administration in Uganda in more detail. The collection compromises of over 50,000 pages of progress reports written by various government departments in Uganda. – Publisher
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A custom or raw data set from Web of Science provides a complete view of the most influential research in your field. Because of key differences in the way Web of Science is built, you will not only be able to trust the data you are using but you will also uncover research you may not have been able to find before. With a custom or raw data set from Web of Science, you will have access to a full and unique retrospective view of the foundations of current science, back to the year 1900, and the ability to follow the complete thread of scientific discovery and advancement. – Publisher