ISBN 9789982997201
Pages 108
Dimensions 229 x 152 mm
Illustrations B/W Illustrations and Maps
Published 2009
Publisher The Lembani Trust, Zambia
Format Paperback

African Realities

A Memoir

by Robinson M. Nabulyato edited by Giacomo Macola

Robinson Mwaakwe Nabulyato (1916-2004) was one of the fathers of African nationalism in colonial Zambia and the longest serving Speaker of the country's National Assembly after independence (1969-1988; 1991-1998). In this posthumous book, he presents an informative autobiographical account and an incisive analysis of the politics of post-colonial Africa.

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Review

"The editor, Giacoma Macola has brought his wealth of academic research to the fore and has accompanied Nabulyato’s narratives with numerous footnotes that put events, places or ideas in proper historical context."

About the Editor

Giacomo Macola

Giacomo Macola is a lecturer in modern history at the University of Kent, UK.

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