This website gathers a montage of the archival sources gathered during Enriquo Martinos PHD. About a thousand two hundred items and counting hundreds of pages long, from fourteen archives in nine countries. The sources trace amongst other things, the migrants and labourers in and around the plantation island of Fernando Pó, moving along the intersections of the Spanish, British and French empires and through numerous societies in Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Cameroon and Gabon for most of the twentieth century. The button "Biblio" has to be pointed out, because it enables the user to read the orginal literature the Author has used for his research. ... [according to the site editor's information & editors ilissAfrica]
World War I mainly happened in Europe, but it didn't only happen to Europeans. World War I also happened outside Europe, and it did so because of Europeans. By digging into the archives of former colonial powers, the site brings into the light the underplayed African parts of the first global conflict. With photos, cartoons, maps and caricatures, not only does the site aim to challenge the boilerplate narrative of WWI but to change the usual narrators. ... [according to site editor's information]
Le Blog des Documentaires sur l'Afrique ist ein Weblog, der die Möglichkeit bietet, sich über eine große Anzahl afrikanischer Länder bezüglich ihrer Geschichte, Geographie, Geopolitik und Kunst zu informieren [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters, Redaktion ilissAfrica].