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The Colonial Era and Asia Discussion of European Empires in India, Africa, South America, and other places as well as military history of the Far East!

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Lightbulb Admin: Scope of "Colonial Era and Asia" Subforum

What is the scope of this subforum?

Short version: Covers Africa, Asia, South America, and odds and ends around the world regardless of time frame.

Although it seems a bit Euro-centered, this covers the rest of the world as it was exposed to European eyes over the centuries.

Here you will find Mongols, Aztecs, Zulus, Chinese, Australian Aborigines, and Boers.

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And if you read Christopher Hibbert's AFRICA EXPLORED: Europeans in the Dark Continent 1769-1889, one might include all the races of people in Saharan and sub-Saharan Africa.........not just the Zulu.
Hibbert's books deserve a much wider readership.
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I'm new to this forum, and as my question involves the 1898 Anglo-Egyptian Campaign , I hope this is the right place to post it. In Winston's Churchill The River Warin Chapters XVII and XIX he uses the word "dem". (There is a circumflex accent over the e, which I can not reproduce on this keyboard.) Can anyone translate this word for me? Many thanks.
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