Editorial: Tuck Magazine 2016

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Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2016, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.

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Editorial – A few necessary and important words

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Michael Organ

Given the daily political tumult around the world and a certain circus in the United States, it is again time and necessary to state Tuck Magazine’s position amidst the madness.

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Observations of an Expat: Europe Still on the British Agenda

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Tom Arms

It’s Thursday night. The votes are being counted as I am pressing tired fingers to a worn keyboard. As soon as I finish I am rushing off to Wandsworth Town Hall to find out if my wife Eileen has been elected to our local council.

Up until the 23rd of June, ex-US diplomat Eileen has been an intensely interested but unaffiliated voter who has floated from party to party.

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Early African Historians’ Writings Before 1945: Precursors of Modern African Historiography

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Durodola Tosin

This essay intends to examine the ways by which the early African historians’ writings before 1945 could be considered precursors of modern African historiography. We examine four early African historians – Carl Reindorf of Ghana, Sir Apolo Kagwa of Uganda, Jacob Egharevba of Benin and Samuel Johnson of Nigeria, their works, writings and contributions to African historiography.

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