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Episode 1 - Different But Equal. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
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Episode 2 - Mastering A Continent. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
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Episode 3 - Caravans of Gold. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
Rating: [0.00] Votes: [0] Hits: [1247] | Sep 8, 2007

Episode 4 - The King and The City. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
Rating: [0.00] Votes: [0] Hits: [1101] | Sep 8, 2007

Episode 5 - The Bible and The Gun. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
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Episode 6 - The Magnificent African Cake. [Please note that there are 4 parts within this one link.] Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
Rating: [0.00] Votes: [0] Hits: [490] | Jul 2, 2013

Episode 7 - The Rise of Nationalism. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
Rating: [0.00] Votes: [0] Hits: [263] | Jul 2, 2013

Episode 8 - The Legacy. Much of this series is a rarely admitted perspective within the European academic circles about the major contributions of African history from White historian Basil Davidson. He includes information about African history that is in line with many of the great African scholars, including Cheikh Anta Diop, whom he includes in this series. Davidson also disputes many of the highly favored and often quoted European "scholars," including German philosopher Georg Hegel and the Greek historian Herodotus, who is dually known as the "father of history" as well as the "father of lies." He also discusses the destructive role of Cecil Rhodes (yes, as in the Rhodes Scholar). Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
Rating: [0.00] Votes: [0] Hits: [302] | Jul 2, 2013

"Africa: A Voyage of Discovery with Basil Davidson is a critically acclaimed informative series describing the history of Africa. The eight-hour series was produced in 1984. It is broken up into eight sections on four videos. Each section is 57 minutes long. Basil Davidson uses various resources. Davidson usually speaks as location footage of Africa is shown. From time to time, he makes an appearance in the videos. Also shown are archived media and dramatic reconstructions." Due to its contents, this video series is very difficult to find, won't be taught in schools, and hasn't aired on television in years. Parts of the series can be purchased online -- however only in VHS format.
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