2 edition of social and economic system of Italian East Africa. found in the catalog.
social and economic system of Italian East Africa.
C. M. Cresswell
Signed: C. m. Cresswell.
|LC Classifications||DT367 .C7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 9-60 p., 2 l.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||a 42001288|
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Italian East Africa was divided into six a and Somalia, Italian possessions since the s, were enlarged Capital: Addis Ababa. 1 June Ethiopia is added to Italian East Africa, now divided in six provinces: Addis Ababa, Amhara, Eritrea, Galla-Sidamo, Harar and Somalia.
August Monarchy is abolished in the Kingdom of Bushiru. 1 January The province of Scioa is created in Italian East Africa from Addis Ababa and parts of Amhara and Galla-Sidamo.
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Italian East Africa (AOI) In AOI Il Duce intended to create a new organic social system conjugating demographic colonisation with other forms of valorisation, transferring from Italy “the whole machinery of its own civilisation”.
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Inthe region was integrated into Italian East Africa as the Somalia would last until Italy's loss of the region induring the East African campaign of World War n Somaliland then came under British military administration untilwhen it became a United Nations trusteeship, the Trust Territory of Somaliland under Italian administration.Still, South Africa has a highly developed economy and advanced economic infrastructure, making the country the leading African economy and home to 75% of the largest African companies.
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