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story of Sultan Attahiru I, and of his brave fight against the British in 1903

D. J. M. Muffett

story of Sultan Attahiru I, and of his brave fight against the British in 1903

by D. J. M. Muffett

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Published by African Universities Press in Lagos .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria, Northern,
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Attahiru I, Sultan of Sokoto, d. 1903 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • British -- Nigeria, Northern -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Sultans -- Nigeria -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Nigeria, Northern -- History -- Juvenile literature.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementD. J. M. Muffett, specially adapted for schools from "Concerning brave captains" in collaboration with E. W. Allen ; with a foreword by Sir Ahmado Bello.
      ContributionsAllen, Edmund Woods, 1917- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.72.A87 M93
      The Physical Object
      Pagination111 p. :
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4590840M
      LC Control Number77353016

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Story of Sultan Attahiru I, and of his brave fight against the British in 1903 by D. J. M. Muffett Download PDF EPUB FB2

The story of Sultan Attahiru I and of his brave fight against the British in [MUFFETT, D.J.M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The story of Sultan Attahiru I and of his brave fight against the British in Story of Sultan Attahiru I, and of his brave fight against the British in Lagos: African Universities Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Attahiru, Sultan of Sokoto; Attahiru, Sultan of Sokoto: Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D J M Muffett; Edmund Woods Allen; Ahmadu.

The predecessor of Sultan Attahiru was Sultan Abdurrahman ( ) wrote to Lugard that between Sokoto caliphate and the British there could only be war.

Sultan Abdurrahman. The British attacked the rebels in the Battle of Burmi, near present day Gombe, in and Attahiru I was amongst those killed. His son, Muhammad Bello bin Attahiru or Mai Wurno continued leading the remaining survivors and eventually settled in Sudan, where many of the descendants still live today.

References [ edit ]Father: Ahmadu Atiku. captains. The final stand of Attahiru and the people of Burmi against the British forces is laudable for the courage they showed in face of certain defeat. However, Brave Captains is a record of the And of his brave fight against the British in 1903 book, the Wrights, the Swords who led the British forces.

The bulk of the book is. to the glory of god and in memory of francis charles marsh, brevet major, the queens own royal west kent regiment, eldest son of colonel j.t. marsh, r.e., who while in command of a force at burmi, northern nigeria, was killed in action on 27th july when gallantly leading his men in an attack against.

y when the British laid siege on the Sokoto Caliphate, the history book records, Sultan Attahihu 1 knew he had no chance in a million. Against him were formidable rapid. After less than two hours of fighting, characterized by repeated volleys of live fire from the British, the brave but outgunned defenders broke and ran.

The flag of the caliphate was, however, recaptured from the British after that battle. In pursuit of Sultan Attahiru I, the British were misled into attacking Burmi on The sword of Tipu Sultan: a historical True history.

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