Black Britannia: A History of Blacks in Britain
Johnson Publishing Company, 1972 - 316 pages
Historical study of the African and West Indian Black in the UK from 1594 to 1971 - covers forced labour as domestic workers, legal status, racial discrimination, race relations, racial conflict, racial policy, White attitudes, negro associations, immigration, social integration, employment (incl. As performers, writers, physicians, nurses, etc.), etc. Illustrations and references.
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