This guide covers the countries of Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria and Libya. It provides a history of the region's journey from its earliest beginnings up to the politics and life of the present day. Included are a chronology of major events, lists of dynasties and leaders, a historical gazetteer cross-referenced to the main text, and historical maps.
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Barnaby Rogerson first began to explore North Africa at the age of 16 and regularly conducts lecture tours through the area. He read History at St Andrew's University and has written several books on the area, including the AA Essential Guides. He is the co-owner of Eland Books, which he runs with his wife in North London. He lives in London.Review:
"'Remarkable - Barnaby Rogerson has succeeded in isolating all the different strands of North African history and weaving them into a clear and comprehensible narrative. No one interested in the Maghreb can afford to be without this book.' - John Julius Norwich 'Ideal before-you-go reading' The Daily Telegraph"
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