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Martin W Daly
|Contents:||1. The 'Abode of the Blacks'; 2. Lords of mountain and Savanna: the origins and history of the Fur State to 1874; 3. The ends of the Turkish World; 4. Darfur at the end of time: the Mahdiyya, 1885-1898; 5. Between an anvil and a hammer: the reign of All Dinar, 1898-1916; 6. 'Closed district': Anglo-Egyptian colonial rule in Darfur, 1916-1939; 7. Unequal struggles, 1939-1955; 8. Colonial legacies and Sudanese rule, 1956-1969; 9. Darfur and 'The May Regime,' 1969-1985; 10. Third time unlucky: Darfur and the restoration of Parliamentary Rule; 11. The state of Jihad; 12. The destruction of Darfur.|
'This carefully researched work provides an admirably full explanation of the context of Darfur's troubles. It makes clear how the conflict was precipitated by the regime of President Omar Bashir,