From Babylon to Timbuktu (Paperback) by: Rudolph R. Windsor
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. Mr. Windsor's discussion of Islamic civilization and the movement of the black Hebrews to all parts of Africa is edifying and absorbing. Readers, regardless of race, will find this factual story of a noble heritage a valuable enrichment to their knowledge of world history.
An excerpt From Babylon to Timbuktu... "The unbiased Greek historian, Herodotus, gives the original names of the tribes of North Africa. Herodotus says there are four nations; two are indigenous, Ethiopians and Libyans. The Phoenicians and Greeks are newcomers. Herodotus considered all the north African tribes to be Libyans and all the Africans below the Sahara he called Ethiopians. These are the two indigenous nations in Africa. The original inhabitants of North Africa were Hamites; these Hamites were black like the Egyptians and this point has been proven by Herodotus." (pages 104 and 105)
Paperback: 151 pages