Black and British by David Olusoga
A Forgotten History by David Olusoga (2016-11-03)

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Olusoga’s account is an unpalatable and often horrid history, and for that it should be applauded. But it still feels attenuated...For all the fanfare heralding the book and the series as a revolutionary landmark – as a means of seeing our history differently – it is Olusoga’s personal story that is most arresting.
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Published January 1, 1898 by Macmillan.
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Reviewed by Colin Grant on Nov 17 2016

Olusoga’s account is an unpalatable and often horrid history, and for that it should be applauded. But it still feels attenuated...For all the fanfare heralding the book and the series as a revolutionary landmark – as a means of seeing our history differently – it is Olusoga’s personal story that is most arresting.

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