Money, Finance and Empire: 1790-1960: Volume 15 (Economic History)

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  1. European Imperialism, by Andrew N. Porter
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Religion versus Empire? Be the first to ask a question about Religion versus Empire? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Porter concerns himself with the power dynamics of mission and empire, seeking to establish the contingency and relative weakness of missions.

By detailing the various political conflicts between missionaries and colonial governments as well as examples of indigenous adaptability, Porter persuasively argues that missions were neither straightforward agents of empire nor completely naive humanitarians. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Andrew N. Andrew N. Books by Andrew N. In the small Mokta railway was connected to the departmental network, connecting the port of Bone to the Jemmapes Azzaba region, and now extended as far as Saint-Charles Ramdane Djamel.

Two blast furnaces would be built with combined annual capacity of 80, tons. In May the company's miners went on strike in solidarity with strikers in other industries, but the strike quickly fizzled out. The first ore was shipped from Moanda on 2 October In , Georges Perrineau was appointed a director of the Mokta company and a member of the Executive Committee.

In he became vice-president and, at the end of replaced Henri Lafond as president of the SACEM subsidiary that exploited the Imini manganese deposits in Morocco.

European Imperialism, by Andrew N. Porter

Perrineau was president of Mokta until In the company took a minority stake in the company formed to exploit chromium ore in Madagascar, directed by Ugine. Perrineau remained a director and advisor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Entreprises Coloniales , p. Eucalyptus Globulus, Labill. Categories : Mining companies of Algeria Economic history of Algeria.


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