List of Malê Rising Installments
Installment #1: Paulo Abacar leads Malê soldiers against the Sokoto Caliphate in 1840. (includes flashbacks concerning the original POD)
Installment #2: Analysis of Paulo Abacar, his ideology, and the establishment of the First Sokoto Republic
Installment #3: Paulo Abacar in the aftermath of the conquest of Sokoto
Installment #4: The Sokoto Republic 1840-41
Installment #5: Profile of Sokoto 1842
Installment #6: Islamic spiritual by African-American civil rights marchers
Map #1: Political map of the Sokoto Republic and its neighbors in 1842 by Kaiphranos
Installment #7: Paulo Abacar meets with Captain John Alexander of the British Army.
Installment #8: The Sokoto Republic 1842-45 and other developments in the region
Installment #9: Four 1844 interludes based in London, Ilorin, Desterro, and on the coastline of Lake Chad
Installment #10: The Abacar Affair of 1844-45 in Britain
Installment #11: Interlude, Sokoto 1845
Installment #12: The Sokoto Republic 1846-48 including the election of 1847
Installment #13: The Manumission and Residency Act in North Carolina
Installment #14: Through the Kingdoms of Africa by Karl May
Installment #15: John Alexander visits Sokoto and Timbuktu 1847-48
Installment #16: Lecture concerning industrialization in the First Sokoto Republic
Installment #17: Interlude, Paulo Abacar and his son Usman in 1848
Installment #18: Paulo Abacar publishes Thawra (Revolution)
Installment #19: The British and the Sokoto invade Dahomey
Installment #20: The Battle of Abomey
Installment #21: Succession crisis in the First Sokoto Republic
Installment #22: Senegal
Installment #23: 1852 interludes, Bilali Mahomet of Sapelo Island and Mary Ann, American slave in Pernambuco
Installment #24: The Shehu’s Ghost by Honório Yaji
Installment #25: Sokoto against Adamawa and the Toucouleur
Installment #26: 1852-53, Amilcar Said seizes power, end of the First Sokoto Republic
Installment #27: Usman Abacar leaves for England
Installment #28: Yorubaland
Installment #29: The First Toucouleur War
Installment #30: “Oumar Tall” by Mariama Koité
Installment #31: The Labor Movement in the Sokoto Successor States
Installment #32: The British in Zanzibar
Installment #33: The Sokoto Successor States in the 1850s and the development of Belloism
Installment #34: The Marianada slave rebellion in Brazil
Installment #35: 1858 interludes, Thomas Day in Liberia and Ana Clara in Gabon
Map #2: Political map of West-Central Africa in 1858 by Kaiphranos
Map #3: Expanded political map of West Africa in 1858 by Kaiphranos
Installment #36: Usman Abacar's teenage years in West Dorset
Installment #37: The American Civil War
Installment #38: The Great Rising in South Carolina
Installment #39: Afro-Brazilians in Gabon, Wolof tirailleurs in the New World, and the Toucouleur Empire after Umar Tall
Installment #40: The Young Ottomans
Installment #41: Usman Abacar in India
Installment #42: Thomas Day in Liberia
Installment #43: East Africa in the 1860s
Installment #44: Post-war South Carolina
Installment #45: “The Gele“ by Zena Sebe Hardy
Installment #46: Religion among the Igbo and the Yoruba and the Return of Usman Abacar
Installment #47: The Second Toucouleur War, Wolof merchants, and the Franco-Prussian War
Installment #48: The Ottoman constitution of 1872 and Belloism in the 1870s
Installment #49: An End and a Beginning
Installment #50: South Africa 1850s to 1870s
Installment #51: East Africa in the 1870s
Installment #52: The Coasters of West Africa
Installment #53: The Making of West African Literature
Installment #54: Expanding British Power in West Africa
Map #5: The Lower Niger in 1878
Installment #55: France, the Toucouleur, and the Congo in the 1870s
Installment #56: 1876 interlude, Chiara and Souleymane in Paris
Installment #57: The War of the Balkan Alliance (aka the Russo-Turkish War of 1877)
Map(s) #6: Post-war maps of Balkans, Caucasus and the Crimea
Installment #58: Grão Pará and Brazil in the 1870s
Installment #59: The Oyo-Company War
Installment #60: Flashman on the Niger
Map(s) #7: Eastern Africa, Southern Africa 1880
Map #8: West Africa, 1880
Installment #61: India and the Great Famine
Installment #62: The Sokoto Successor States in the 1880s
Installment #63: France and the Congo 1881-1885
Map #9: 1880 World Map by B_Munro
Installment #64: Haiti 1877-85
Installment #65: East Africa in the early 1880s
Installment #66: Southern Africa in the early 1880s
Installment #67: The Russian Empire, the Ottoman Empire and Bornu in the early 1880s
Installment #68: The Brussels Conference
Installment #69: Usman Abacar back in England 1887
Installment #70: A suffragist's letter to the Times
Installment #71: Early archeology in Nigeria
Graphic #1: Flag of the Ogeechee Republic by Future8
Installment #72: The War of the Eight Kings in East Africa
Installment #73: The Congo and Ethiopia in the aftermath of the Brussels Conference
Installment #74: Le fleuve des armées (The River of Armies) by Mamadou Camara
Installment #75: The Ottoman Empire 1886-92
Installment #76: The French Empire 1886-92
Installment #77: Brazil and Grão Pará 1880-92
Installment #78: Africans in Britain and West Africa 1886-92
Installment #79: Interlude, Karl May in Berlin 1892
Graphic #2: The Abacar Family Tree 1892
Installment #80: Southern Africa 1886-92
Installment #81: The United States of America in 1892, Part I
Installment #82: “Negro Adventure Novels”
Installment #83: The United States of America in 1892, Part II
Installment #84: Interlude, modern-day South Carolina
Installment #85: Pre-war India and Indonesia
Map #10: Southeast Asia, 1892
Map #11: The Grão-Pará Conflict as of January 1893
Installment #86: The Great War: Causes and Origins
Installment #87: The Boer and the Malê
Installment #88: A tale of two meetings, 1893
Installment #89: Unto the third generation, July 1893
Installment #90: More scenes from the BOGs' first year
Installment #91: Quite a bit on the FAR side
Installment #92: FAR and away, 1893-94
Installment #93: The First Year
Installment #94: War cabinets
Installment #95: Timbuktu June 1894: “My father hated yours, you know,” said Aguibou Tall.
Installment #96: Northern France, April 1894: “I think it should work this time,” said Thierry Niasse.
Installment #97: Grão Pará, May 1894: They didn’t blindfold Stanley, but then again, they didn’t have to.
Installment #98: Sarajevo, June 1894: Merjema heard footsteps and knew that her relief had arrived.
Installment #99: Berlin and Silesia, August 1894: Wilhelm II, King of Prussia and President of the North German Confederation, stabbed his finger down at the map on the table. “Here!”
Installment #100: West Prussia, Belgium and Köln, September 1894: “You have something to tell me, Carl?” asked Brigadier Suvorov
Installment #101: Paris, October 1894: “It looks like we’re planning a war,” Serigne said.
Installment #102: N’Dele, Mutapa and Kigoma, November-December 1894: The settlement at the base of the hill looked like any other Kara market town…
Installment #103: Russians abroad and at home, January 1895: “Idiots!” said Colonel Valentin Mikoyan, and he threw the letter down on his desk.
Installment #104: Phnom Penh, February 1895: It was an English ladye bright
Installment #105: Strangers in strange lands, March 1895: By now, Nazir Ali Hydari’s walk from the barracks to his throne on the waterfront had become a ritual.
Installment #106: Wrapping up the second year, part 1: Peter Moller, The Great War: The Second Year (New York: Academy, 1959)
Installment #107: Wrapping up the second year, part 2 (of 3): Ahmadu Odubogun, Faith and Ferment: The Sahel and Sudan in the Nineteenth Century (Ibadan Univ. Press 2005)
Installment #108: Literary interlude: the war of silence: Ibrahim Abacar, The Silent Ones (1895)
Installment #109: Diane Carroll, Wartime Politics of the Great Powers (Dublin: Trinity, 1975)
Installment #110: East of Tyumen, April 1895: The riders appeared from the darkness: three of them, armed, with rifles glinting in the moonlight.
Installment #111: West and Central Africa, May 1895: It’s never like this in the dime novels, Sanie Carter reflected.
Installment #112: Tehran, June 1895: There were two British consuls in Persia, the nominal one and the real one.
Installment #113: Italy and Piratini, July 1895: “You there!” Captain Alfred Dreyfus shouted.
Installment #114: India, July and August 1895: The orator stood in a square just outside of the Dal Bazaar, amid a gathering crowd.
Installment #115: Grão Pará and New York, April to September 1895: “Before the war,” said Agostinho, “some people called this city the Paris of the Amazon.”
Installment #116: Central Africa, October and November 1895: “Give honor to András Weisz, conqueror of the Sara!” the herald cried…
Installment #117: A Novel: F. George MacDonald, Flashman’s Valley (London: John Barrie, 2001)
Installment #118: Baden, Bavaria and Berlin, December 1895: “Coffee, Captain?” asked Sergeant Dobusch.
Installment #119: Honolulu, New Year’s Eve, 1895: While-you-wait episode.
Installment #120: Bengal, Siberia and Korea, January 1896.
Installment #121: Ile-Ife, February 1896: Another while-you-wait episode.
Installment #122: Congo, Katanga and Zanzibar, February 1896.
Installment #123: Bornu, March 1896: The Battle of Bornu.
Installment #124: Year 3 summary, part 1 of 2
Installment #125: Year 3 summary, part 2 of 2
Installment #126: April 1896: Colleton County, South Carolina: Harriet Tubman in a convention.
Installment #127:April and May 1896: The Apennines, Entre Rios and Verona.
Installment #128: May 1896: Saragarhi: Ibrahim's last stand.
Installment #129: A poem written by Ibrahim.
Installment #130: June 1896: In and around the Ottoman Empire.
Installment #131: July 1896: Persia and Central Asia.
Installment #132: June to August 1896: Around the Pacific Ocean.
Installment #133: July and August 1896: Bavaria and India.
Installment #134: August and September 1896: Karlsruhe, Ticino and Warsaw.
Map #13: Northern Italy and the Balkans 1896 (includes the Sarajevo pocket).
Installment #135: September 1896: The National Peace Party and the 1896 General election.
Map #14: Election map of 1896.
Installment #136: September to November 1896: South Kivu, Barotseland and Rwanda.
Installment #137: November-December 1896: Albania, Salonika and Sarajevo.
Installment #138: December 1896: The Düsseldorf Line and Paris: The government falls…
Installment #139: January 1897: Wrapping up the American election story.
Installment #140: January 1897: Ethiopia and Aden.
Installment #141: January and February 1897: Italy and South America.
Installment #142: Early 1897: The Russian Revolution and the overthrow of the Romanov Dynasty.
Installment #143: March 1897: West Africa.
Installment #144: April 1897: Budapest and Luanda.
Map #15: András Weisz's journey through Africa.
Installment #145: May 1897: Berlin and Strasbourg.
Installment #146: June 1897: North Tyrol and the end of the Great War.
Installment #147: November 1897: The Washington Peace Conference through the POV of delegates.
Installment #148: 1897 to 1898: The Washington Peace Conference in full entirety.
Installment #149: 1898, Part 1: Hungary, Oxford and France
Map #16: Post-war map of Africa and South America.
Installment #150: November 1898, Part 1.5: Andorra la Vella; The Papal Legion is afoot.
Map #17: Post-war map of the world, circa 1900, by B_Munro.
Installment #151: 1898, Part 1.75: Tokyo: The military's busted.
Installment #152: 1898, Part 2: Dublin, Haifa, Kigali and Rehoboth.
Installment #153: 1899, Part 1: The Burgenland, Corsica, Friuli and Bukasa.
Installment #154: 1899, Part 2: Post-war developments all around the world.
Installment #155: Turn of the century: Postwar Eurasia I: War is politics by other means.
Installment #156: Turn of the century: Postwar Eurasia II: War is politics by other means.
Installment #157: Turn of the century: Postwar Eurasia III: Politics, war and strange bedfellows.
Installment #158: Literary interlude: The storms of Kamchatka: Karl May, Minoru, Hero of the North (Berlin: Fehsenfeld, 1899)
Installment #159: November 1899, Charleston: A while-you-wait episode.
Installment #160: Turn of the century: Postwar developments in Africa.
Installment #161: Turn of the century; London, Chatham: Into a new world.
Map #18: Colored post-war map of South America, circa 1900, by sketchdoodle.
Installment #162: 1900-1909: France: Futurism and the first decade of the Red Twenty
Installment #163: 1900-1911: The British Empire: Postwar politics in Britain and India
Installment #164: 1900-1907: East Africa: Faith, succession, rule and choice
Installment #165: Interlude : Translethania and surroundings: The end of the Hungarian civil war
Installment #166: Interlude : A tale of two families, 1906
Installment #167: Literary Interlude : The Country of Woman’s Dreams by Funmilayo Abacar
Installment #168: 1900-1910 : West and South Africa: Trade routes, Copperbelt regions and South African politics
Map #19: Trade routes of West Africa, circa 1900.
Installment #169: 1900-1910 : South America, The Caribbean, and a new papal conclave…
Installment #170: 1900-1909 : The Ottoman Empire and Salonika: Cinema, nationalism, and the rise of parallel government
Installment #171: 1900-1909 : Russia, Chinese Central Asia and the Russian Far East: Changes in administration and industrial problems
Installment #172: Interlude : Come down to Kew in lilac-time, Richmond-upon-Thames, April 1910
Installment #173: The United States 1900-20, Part 1 of 2 : America goes multi-party
Map #19: Colored post-war map of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, circa 1900, by sketchdoodle.
Installment #174: The United States 1900-20, Part 1 of 2 : African-American migrations and Tubman's final accomplishments
Installment #175: Interlude : Omar settling down and an Abacar reunion in France: Tokyo / Paris, July 28, 1914
Installment #176: 1910-1920 : The Ottoman Empire, the Caucasus and surrounding areas : Revolution, agitation and a new discovery
Installment #177: Interlude : Arthur Conan Doyle, Vampire Writer : Salonika, April 1915
Installment #178: 1910-1920 : Russia, the Far East and Ethiopia: new rulers, movements and ferment
Installment #179: Interlude : Ethiopia and Eritrea, 1915-1916
Installment #180: 1910's : The Court of Arbitration and the Sulu “crisis”
Installment #181: 1910-1920 : Europe in the 1910s, part 1
Installment #182: 1910-1920 : Europe in the 1910s, part 2 : A new nation-system is born…
Installment #183: Interlude : a tree grows in the Copperbelt : Ndola, Kazembe, May 1916
Installment #184: 1910-1920 : Latin America in the 1910s, part 1
Installment #185: 1910-1920 : Latin America in the 1910s, part 2 (also includes the Caribbean)
Installment #186: 1910-1920 : The beginning of the end of the British Empire
Installment #187: Street-fighting in Amritsar, November 1916
Installment #188: GUEST POST : 1911-1913 : El Salvador and Honduras
Installment #189: FLASHBACK : 1911-1914 : The rise of the Imperial Party through the eyes of a London worker
Graphic #3: Flags of Sokoto and Ilorin
Installment #190: Literary interlude : From a (slightly) more innocent age: W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, Mutesa, or The Baron of Mugungi (1908)
Installment #191: The Dominions 1910-17, part 1 of 2
Installment #192: The Dominions 1910-17, part 2 of 2
Installment #193: Interlude : An unexpected situation : Thaba Bosiu, August 1916
Installment #194: Interlude : On the edges of the sea, September 1916
Installment #195: 1917-1918 : The beginning years of the Indian War of Independence
Installment #196: India, March 1917 to January 1918
Footnote #1: The First Government of the Republic of India: March 1917 to August 1919
Installment #198: late 1910's : The rest of the British Empire (Includes West Africa and Ilorin)
Installment #199: The music of revolution, February to April 1917
Installment #200: Chandrapur District, Central Provinces, November 1919
Installment #202: Scenes from a colonial war, August 1919 to October 1920
Installment #203: political debate on race and India : Washington, November 1918
Installment #204: Arakan and Ahmednagar, March 1919 to November 1920: “I’m the colonel of this regiment,” said Sikandar Bakht Bahadur, “and you can’t deny me the chance to fight!”
Installment #205: 1921-1922 : The end of the Indian War of Independence and the downfall of the Imperial Party
Map #22: Detailed map of postwar India.
Installment #206: Interlude : Two Delays on the Northern Line, January 1923
Graphic #4: Family tree of the Abacars in 1923
Installment #207: 1920-1929 : Social upheavals in Southwest Africa
Installment #208: 1920-1929 : Changes in South Africa and new royal exile arrives…
Installment #209: GUEST POST : 1870-1909 : Advancements in science
Installment #210: 1920-1929 : Rebellions and change in the Omani Empire and Ethiopia
Installment #211: Interlude : Private wars, 1920-22
Installment #212: Interlude : Two old women and the yamali, 1922
Footnote #2: The locations of the Olympic games from 1900 to 1928
Installment #213: 1920-1929 : A new Bonaparte and the end of the Red Twenty (with the Toucouleur and Mossi on the side)
Installment #214: GUEST POST : The Royal Navy After The Indian Revolution
Installment #215: GUEST POST : 1920-1929: India and it's Princely States problem
Map #23: Map of Africa in 1930
Installment #216: Interlude : Africans abroad, 1926
Installment #217: The history of the Congo Fever up to 1930
Installment #218: 1920- 1930: British West Africa with a bit of Liberia on the side
Installment #219: 1920s-1930: The Imperial aftermath in Britain and Ireland
Installment #220: GUEST POST : 1910-1920: Spain and it's upheavals
Installment #221: 1920-1930: Britain's new Caribbean adventures (and a new Dominion too!)
Installment #222: GUEST POST : The Roma
Installment #223: 1920-1930: New national problems for the Ottomans, Persia and Aceh
Installment #224: 1920-1930: Political reform in India and the social changes of the postwar nation
Installment #225: Interlude : A choice to be made for the smallest Princely State… : Kathiawar, June 1930
Installment #226: Interlude : Ujjal Singh meets the Family : Zanzibar, 1932
Map #24: Map of India after the reforms (1920's-ish)
Installment #227: 1920-1940: Political and social action in the U.S.A with Civil Rights at the forefront
Installment #228: Interlude : A Southern symphony : The American South, 1930
Footnote #3: Per Capita GDP (PPP) of selected states, 1935 (2014 international dollars)
Installment #229: 1930s-1940s: Progress in South Africa, and a look into Natal
Installment #230: 1930s-1940s: Religous and social change in Portuguese Africa
Installment #231: Interlude : No island is an island : near Bremerhaven, January 1936
Installment #232: 1930s-1940s: Protests, ferment and youth culture in the German Africa and Madagascar (plus a lecture on the International Congo)
Installment #233: Interlude : The Kinder-Garten : Ndola, Kazembe, 1935
Map #25(c) A further updated map of the world by 1930
Installment #234: 1930s-1940s: Italian Africa and Spanish Guinea
Installment #235: Interlude : Interview with an African-American baseball player : North Carolina, 1974
Installment #236: 1930-1940: Progress in Central Asia with the Russian fringes in flux
Installment #237: Interlude : The eve of battle : Buganda, 1935
Map #25(d) some world map, now with notes from the author!
Installment #238: 1935-1936: The Great Nile War, Part 1
Installment #239: 1936-1940: The Great Nile War, Part 2 (With big effects on Zanzibar)
Installment #240: Literary interlude : The kami of Nan Madol: Ayame Pangelinan, The Pepper and the Pearl (Tokyo: Otowa, 1939)
Installment #241: 1900s-1940s: Ongoing change in the Pacific islands and Australasia
Installment #242: Narrative update : The last celebration of Sarah Child : Benares, December 1938
Installment #243: 1920s-1940s: troubles in Japan, more so in China and South East Asian decolonization
Installment #244: Narrative update : Journeys around the world; Lagos, Paris, Saigon and Zanzibar : 1940
Installment #245: 1930s-1940s : The beginnings of decolonization in French and British West Africa (plus growing ferment for the Toucouleur)
Installment #246: GUEST POST : 1931 : A multicultural protest for justice in Minnesota
Installment #247: 1920s-1940s :Integration and independence for German Africa
Installment #248: 1920s-1950s : The end of the Portuguese novo reino and the final fall of Natal
Installment #249: Interlude : scenes from the fall : Natal, March 1945
Installment #250: GUEST POST : 1895-1950's : Advancements in science, physics, and inter-university cooperation
Installment #251: GUEST POST : 1944 : The creation of the Legatum Humanitatis (prologue) : Venice, Italy
Installment #252: GUEST POST : 1800's-1900's : The Legatum Humanitatis (part 2)
Installment #253: GUEST POST : mid-1900's : The Legatum Humanitatis (part 3)
Installment #254: GUEST POST : 1963 : The Legatum Humanitatis (epilogue)
Map #26: East Africa in 1955
Installment #255: 1940-1955 : The Bloody Forties, Zanzibar, Nyasaland and the Congo
Installment #256: Narrative update : In every generation : Sikonge, May 1945
Installment #257: 1940-1953 : The Sino-Russian war and it's aftermath on international relations
Installment #258: 1930-1955 : The 'Last Mughal Empire' and the All-India Development Union
Installment #259: 1930-1950 : Afro-Atlantic relations and the fall of the West Indies Dominion
Installment #260: Interlude : The Feast of Freedom : Salonika, 1952
Installment #261: 1930's-1955 : The Ottomans evolving, Qajar Persia devolving and Empress Anastasia's later years.
Installment #262: Narrative update : The finer points of diplomacy; Ilorin, Benares and Saint-Lunaire : 1950-1953
Map(s) #27: Political, administrative, income, and associative maps of Africa, circa 1955
Installment #263: GUEST POST : 1911-1956 : Central America
Installment #264: Narrative update : A British monarch on a former crown jewel : Benares, 1961
Installment #265: 1940-55 : Political, social, and cultural upheaval in West Africa, part 1
Graphic #5: The international system and Consistory membership of the world, circa present-day
Map(s) #28: populations of foreign ethnic groups in Africa, circa 1955
Installment #266: 1940-55 : Political, social, and cultural upheaval in West Africa, part 2
Installment #267: Literary interlude : The castle between the worlds: Paul K. Daniels, The Rubaiyat of Shahrzad Esfahani (New York: Putnam, 1957)
Installment #268: 1920-70 : Progression, radicalism, and change in South America (with a side of the Catholic Church)
Installment #269: Narrative update : A meeting of many faces : Richmond Hill, Queens, June 1956
Installment #270: Narrative update : An eagle-child confronting a riot : Malebo, International Congo, 1957
Installment #271: Narrative update : The question of succession for a seafaring tribe : Nggela Archipelago, Solomon Islands, 1958
Installment #272: Narrative update : The passing of Funmilayo and a brush with the Congo fever : London and Illorin, 1959
Installment #273: Narrative update : The case of a shooting, from beginning to end : Hawaii, 1960
Installment #274: Narrative update : A king and a procession : Madras, 1961
Installment #275: Narrative update : A railroad worker in a changing land : Kisumu, Nyanza, 1962
Installment #276: Narrative update : Secessionist nationalism in the Portuguese capital : Lisbon, 1963
Installment #277: Narrative update : A woman asks a former Empress for advice : Lake Tana, 1964
Installment #278: Narrative update : SPAAAAAAAAACCE!!! : Cayenne, September 1965
Installment #279: GUEST POST : The atomic age arrives to the U.S.A
Installment #280: Narrative update : The beginnings of revolution : St. Petersburg, 1966
Installment #281: Narrative update : The remembrance of a bloody war : Peking and Shanghai, 1967
Installment #282: Narrative update : Scenes from an alternate Texas : Houston, 1968
Installment #283: Narrative update : Agricultural ferment in Bolivia : La Paz, 1969
Installment #284: Narrative update : A poet in Futurist West Africa : Ségou, Timbuktu, & Dakar, 1970
Installment #285: 1900's-1970 : The continuation of civil rights and asymmetric relationship in the United States and Canada
Installment #286: GUEST POST : 1955-1970 : India and the Dominion of Madras
Installment #287: 1900's-1970 : Change in the Portuguese Empire and state dramas in South Africa
Installment #288: 1900's-1970 : The independence (and aftermath) of the International Congo
Installment #289: 1900's-1970 : Copperbelt culture, ferment in Madagascar, and the growth (or not) of former German Central Africa
Installment #290: Literary interlude: The songs of distant Africa: Alexander Chishimba, The Stars That Bore Us (Ndola: Chenjele, 1963)
Installment #291: 1900's-1970 : Settling out indigenous rights in Australasia.
Installment #292: GUEST POST : Culture and multilingualism in the United States - Part 1
Installment #293: 1900's-1970 : Massive upheavals across the Pacific Islands, with the dragging inclusion of Germany and Japan.
Installment #294: 1900's-1970 : Fallout and resolution of the Sino-Russian War, along with Korea and Southeast Asia.
Installment #295: 1900's-1970 : An imperial funeral at Ethiopia, and the growth (and rebuilding) of the Great Lakes and East Africa.
Installment #296: 1900's-1970 : Culture, climate and ferment in West Africa
Installment #297: 1900's-1970 : Progression and conflict in post-Empire'ish Europe
Installment #298: 1970-2000 : SPAAAAAAAAACCE!!!
Installment #299: Narrative update : The education of Laila Abacar, 1971-85
Installment #300: Cultural interlude : fantasies of a fantasy (ITTL Ancient Nigerian movies)
Installment #301: GUEST POST : The evolution of Native rights in British Colombia (Part I)
Installment #302: GUEST POST : The evolution of Native rights in British Colombia (Part II)
Installment #303: Interlude : Ibrahim Singh bargains a deal : Kismayo, 1978
Installment #304: 1970-2000 : Change and modern development in Portugal, Portuguese Africa and South Africa
Installment #305: Interlude : A South African union : Basotholand, 1992
Installment #306: Literary interlude: A city of many doors
Installment #307: 1970-2000 / 2014 : Symposium on Central African Development (mainly about Congo, though)
Installment #308: Interlude : A former citizen in a ruined land : Okoyo, United Republic of the Congo, May 1993
Installment #309: Cultural interlude : ethics in gaming journalism
Installment #310: 1970-2000 : Kazembe, Madagascar, former German Africa, and the decline - and ruin - of Hermann Tschikaya’s Congo
Installment #311: Interlude : Hospitality in a wintry snowstorm : Lake Onega, January 1998
Installment #312: Narrative update : A revolution through the eyes of an underground priest : Budapest, July 1992
Installment #313: 1970's-2010's : Political, religious, and cultural maturity in modern America.
Installment #314: 1970's-2010's : Insights into Afro-Atlantism and the political development of modern Canada.
Installment #315: GUEST POST : GUEST POST - French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era
Graphic #6: GUEST POST : List of the Prime Ministers of France from 1870 to 1890
Installment #316: 1970's-1990's : Europe since 1970, part 1 of 2 (The development of the EU and the cataclysmic fall of Hungary)
Installment #317: 1970's-2000's : Europe since 1970, part 2 of 2 (The aftermath of Hungary and the state(s) of modern Europe)
Map #30: Political map of 2015 Europe from the author
Installment #318: 1970's-2000's : The triumphs (and problems) of modern Russia and Turkestan
Graphic #7: Wikipedia-style infobox on Funmilayo Abacar by the author
Installment #319: 1955-2000's : South America since 1955 - revolution, ferment, and maturity
Installment #320: 1955-2000's : Central America and Mexico since 1955 - further ferment, change, and the catastrophe of El Salvador
Installment #321: Narrative update : The Education of Laila Abacar, 1991-2001
Installment #322: 1960's-2000's : Social, political, and economic flux in contemporary East Asia
Installment #323: 1960's-2000's : Oceania in the modern age
Installment #324: Literary interlude: A moving battlefield: Kazuo Manea, The Roviana Dog (Auki: New Malaita, 2003)
Installment #325: 1960's-2000's : Change in the Great Lakes and East Africa with new challenges for Ethiopia
Installment #326: Literary interlude: An alternate Constantine Cavafy poem.
Installment #327: 1960's-2000's : Modern Southeast Asia & India
Installment #328: Interlude : Memories of a poet : Shatby, Alexandria, January 1990
Installment #329: 1955-2000's : Persia and the Caucasus
Installment #330: 1950s-2000's : Ottoman Union, North Africa and the emirates of the Persian Gulf
Installment #331: Narrative update : The Education of Laila Abacar, 2003-2009
Installment #332: Modern West Africa since 1970
Installment #333: “If you will it, it is no dream”, or the birth of the Union of Nigeria in 2011
Map #31: Map of Africa in 2015 from the author
Map #32: Map of Union of Nigeria by Upvoteanthology.
Map #33: 2015 world map by Analytical Engine, first part.
Map #34: 2015 world map by Analytical Engine, second part.
Graphic #8: Flag of Bornu, made by Moe Satyr
Graphic #9: Flags of Nigeria, the Toucouleur, Grão Pará, and East Africa (Empire of), made by Moe Satyr
Installment #334: 2015: Epilogue, Part 1 : The Past
Installment #335: 2015: Epilogue, Part 2 : The Present
Installment #336: 2015: Epilogue, Part 3 : The Future
Graphic #10: GUEST POST : French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era - 1887 election
Installment #337: Narrative update : A Stop Along the Way: A Malêverse Story, November 1876 (Writer's Forum. An account is needed to read.)
Graphic #11: GUEST POST : French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era - 1872 election
Graphic #12: GUEST POST : French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era - 1877 election
Graphic #13: GUEST POST : French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era - 1881 election
Graphic #14: GUEST POST : French political history, PART ONE : Napoléon IV's era - 1883 election
Installment #338: Post-ending narrative update : Southern hospitality in the Sea Islands' anniversary, September 1961
Installment #339: Post-ending narrative update : To marry the winds (featuring Ibrahim Abacar), March 1896
Installment #340: The Ballad of the Supply Officer, by Ibrahim Abacar (Cambodia, 1895)
Graphic #15: GUEST POST : List of Prime Ministers of France from 1870 to 1954
Installment #341: GUEST POST : French political history (PART TWO?), from Leclair to the Civil War and it's remembrance.
Installment #342: GUEST POST : French political history (PART THREE?), the figures who led the Legislative Elections of 1928.
Installment #343: GUEST POST : A short piece on the rise of the Internet
Installment #344: Post-ending narrative update : A Stone for the Cathedral, 1943
Installment #345: Post-ending narrative update : By the Water (part 1 of 2), 1903-04
Installment #346: Post-ending narrative update : By the Water (part 2 of 2), 1903-04
Installment #347: Post-ending narrative update : Burnt Offerings, (North Carolina, October 1888)
Installment #348: Post-ending : Guide to American Civil War Monuments : South Carolina, 2016