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THE STRUGGLE AGAINST SLAVE TRADE IN GREAT BRITAIN’S AFRICAN COLONIES IN THE LAST THIRD OF THE XIX CENTURY: DISCUSSION ON PURPOSES AND METHODS
Bogomolov Sergey Alexandrovich, Candidate of historical sciences, associate professor, sub-departament of theory and history of the state and law, Ulyanovsk State University, Bogomolov_SA@mail.ru
The article considers the theoretical discussion in the magazines «The Nineteenth Century» and «The Fortnightly Review», held in the 80–90 years of the XIX century, on the problems of the struggle against slave trade in the East Africa. The British missionaries, J. G. Rogers, W. M. Torrens and J. Farler (Archdeacon of Magila) came out in favour of the project of complex peace work among African tribes. The captain Lugard argued the necessity of the radical stopping of the slave trade and slave-owning in Zanzibar.
British Empire, slave trade, slave-owning, missionaries, Lugard, East Africa, Zanzibar.
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