From Babylon to Timbuktu: A History of the Ancient Black Races Including the Black Hebrews by Rudolph R. WindsorIf you are one who is interested in cultural issues, historic issues, or have a deep sense of intuition this book is for you! Babylon to Timbuktu contains a vast wealth of historic knowledge that is very valuable particularly to persons of color. However, this also makes for a no-so easy read, as much of the information is confusing unless you have prior knowledge or studies in history. For the novice reader, this book will take time to reader with a thorough overview and research of the material provided. IT IS NOT A PAGE TURNER. While I found the book very useful, I also found it kind of difficult to read and keep up with the thoughts/info the writer provided. This difficulty may be a turn off for some, but if you have the interest and patience to read you will enjoy this book.
Because this book was not an easy read, and the thoughts of the writer did not always flow- I gave this book 3 starts. In terms of quality though, this book is a five star read!
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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. That great empires such as Ghana, and. Thousands of years before that, as Rudolph R. Windsor notes to this enlightening book, elvtllzatlon began with the black races of Bta and Asia, fc xsu dtn g the H ebrew s , who in biblical times were et Mack. Then, western Europe had no nations as such, and its Stone Age inhabitants had but the crudest tools and lived in caves. Because of the scarce Merature on the contributions of blacks to world crvffization.
For Educational Purpose. Overview This carefully researched book is a significant addition to this vital field of knowledge. It sets forth, in fascinating detail, the history, from earliest recorded times, of the black races of the Middle East and Africa. He traces their origins in Babylon within the loins of their forefather Abraham up to their birth and growth in the land of Canaan all the way up to their final dispersion from Palestine in 70 AD into the greater part of Africa, leading west. He traces the history of the black African Hebrews of Egypt and Ethiopia.