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A frist hand account of the impossibly difficult but ultimately successful struggle for Eritrean independence through the eyes of a...
  
Urban Issues and Habitation, Eritrea
This is a delightful book on a much overlooked area of both history and geography.  The city of Asmara is...
  
Libya
A compelling argument for how an oil driven economy can drive a nation forward and insulate it from the tumults...
  
Rwanda
A staff writer for The New Yorker , the author conveys the enlightened Western perspective onto the Rwandan Genocide several...
  
South Africa, Namibia
This is a harrowing, disturbing book about the experience of one immigrant woman from Germany, sent to help populate the...
  
Advocacy and Research Groups, Arms and Military Affairs, ...
Set in Monrovia during the reign of Charles Taylor as war wages just outside the capital, this is the story...
  
Religion, United States, Canada and Africa, ...
An fascinating 2000 mediation on Negritude and the returning immigrant's experience. Diawara discuses his experience under the reign of Sekou...
  
Congo-Kinshasa, Commodities, Europe and Africa
Widely considered the definitive book on the Belgian reign of terror in the Congo, this tyme capture the racorious and...
  
United States, Canada and Africa, Europe and Africa, ...
The Sierra Leone Civil War through the eyes of an American journalist who walks on the periphery meeting with those...
  
Nigeria, Children and Youth, Urban Issues and Habitation
A boy named "Elvis" comes of age up in the urban socio-cultural maze of 1990's Lagos, between war and peace,...



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