Madagascar: A Short History

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Hurst, 2009 - 316 ˹
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Two thousand years ago, Madagascar - an island uninhabited - is twice the size of Great Britain. In the nineteenth century, Britain and France projected global power that effected the island, which became a French colony from 1896 to 1960. This history explains the tension between the formation of original culture and the absorption of immigrants.

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