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Walter Harris who worked as a journalist for London Times and lived in Tangier for 30 year introduces the life in Morocco before protectorate and also the Moroccan Royal Courts. The author describes the culture of Morocco since ancient times to the times when the Western culture influenced the local culture. Also the influences are studied and researched. Harris pays a special attention to the Berber tribes and rebels and Sultanry covering the processes of European colonization. The book is recommended for all readers interested in the North African History.
Travelogues Collection offers readers a unique glimpse into the diverse landscape, culture and wildlife of the world from the perspective of late 19th and early 20th century esteemed travelers. From the exotic islands of Fiji to the lush jungles of Africa to the bustling streets of New York City, these picturesque backdrops set the scene for amusing, and at times prejudiced, anecdotes of adventure, survival and camaraderie. Photographs and whimsical illustrations complement the descriptive text, bringing to life the colorful characters encountered along the way. The Shelf2Life Travelogues Collection allows readers to embark on a voyage into the past to experience the world as it once was and meet the people who inhabited it.