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the course of nearly 20 centuries, millions of East Africans crossed the Indian Ocean and its several seas and adjoining bodies of water in their journey to distant lands, from Arabia and Iraq to India and Sri Lanka.
Called Kaffir, Siddi, Habshi, or Zanji, these men, women and children from Sudan in the north to Mozambique in the south Africanized the Indian Ocean world and helped shape the societies they entered and made their own.
Free or enslaved, soldiers, servants, sailors, merchants, mystics, musicians, commanders, nurses, or founders of dynasties, they contributed their cultures, talents, skills and labor to their new world, as millions of their descendants continue to do. Yet, their heroic odyssey remains little known.
The African Diaspora in the Indian Ocean World traces a truly unique and fascinating story of struggles and achievements across a variety of societies, cultures, religions, languages and times.
on Feb 6, 2014 -
Royal Air Force Museum London
will be launching in Summer 2013 a signature exhibition c
ommemorating and celebrating
. This will
chart the history
of this Great British
original Box Art
from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s in the Museum’s Art
upon the history
, its founding in the late 1940s by a
, through its boom years in the 1960s, the later
years of decline
and under investment, and
finally its current resurgence
in the market place.
Look at the ways
in which Airfix products
are developed, including
and the cutting edge
to design and manufacture modern kits
text inspired by numerous sources
on Dec 26, 2012 -