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Zambia, republic in south central Africa, bounded on the north by the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire) and Tanzania; on the east by Malawi; on the southeast by Mozambique; on the south by Zimbabwe, Botswana, and the Caprivi Strip of Namibia; and on the west by Angola. The area is 752,614 sq km (290,586 sq mi). Zambia’s capital and largest city is Lusaka.

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Zambia

Chan, Stephen, and Craig Clancy, eds. Zambia and the Decline of Kaunda, 1984-1998. Edwin Mellen, 2000. A collection of articles that examine the legacy of Zambia's popular leader, Kenneth Kaunda.

Grotpeter, John J.; Brian V. Siegel; and James R. Pletcher. Historical Dictionary of Zambia. 2nd ed. Scarecrow, 1998. Updated guide to people, places, and events in historical and contemporary Zambia.

Roberts, Andrew A. A History of Zambia. Holmes & Meier, 1976. Survey from the Stone Age to 1975.

Turner, Edith. The Spirit and the Drum: A Memoir of Africa. University of Arizona Press, 1987. Anthropological comments on the Ndembu people combined with personal reflections on Zambia.

Vaughan, Richard, ed. Photog. Ian Murphy. Zambia. Rowman & Littlefield, 1992. Photographic essay on the rich diversity of life in Zambia, from rural countryside to bustling urban centers.

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