Mogadishu In The 19th Century

Written by Edward Alpers

Edward Alpers delves into the history of 19th century Mogadishu through a regional lens in this article. He emphasizes the significance of examining Mogadishu’s past within the broader context of local and global events, such as the impact of Indian Ocean trade and the expansion of Zanzibar’s influence.

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