J. D. Fage Audio Books

J. D. Fage Audio Books

John Donnelly Fage (1921–2002) was educated at Cambridge. He first became interested in Africa when his service with the Royal Air Force took him to various parts of the continent. In a long collaboration with Roland Oliver, his contemporary at Cambridge, he founded the Journal of African History. Together they also edited the eight-volume Cambridge History of Africa.

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