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The Passionate Imperialists

the true story of Sir Frederick Lugard, anti-slaver, adventurer and founder of Nigeria, and Flora Shaw, renowned journalist for 'The Times'

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There is still a great fascination with the British Empire. Opinions vary widely about Great Britain's imperial past, and about the extraordinary characters who shaped it and were willing to sacrifice everything for it. This remarkable, engrossing true story tells of two of the British Empire's most pivotal characters: Sir Frederick Lugard, soldier, explorer, anti-slaver and controversial first Governor-General of Nigeria, and Flora Shaw, the first colonial editor of The Times. The Passionate Imperialists recounts how they met, loved and transformed each other's lives, and how they fought slavery and through their efforts helped improve the lives of millions of people in Africa. The story starts in India and moves to Afghanistan, Sudan, across Africa, then travels to Hong Kong and concludes with the founding of Nigeria.

Product code: 9781911546399

ISBN 9781911546399
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H241xW158xS27
No. Of Pages 270
Publisher The Conrad Press
A biography of Sir Frederick Lugard and Flora Shaw