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Zambia - The end of the War By Great War in Africa Association
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The First World War ended in Africa on 25 November 1918 when the German forces under Paul von Lettow~Vorbeck laid down their arms in Abercorn (Mbala). Von Lettow~Vorbeck was the only German General... More > to invade and occupy British territory during the war and to remain undefeated over the four years of fighting. The nature of the conflict in Africa, and East Africa in particular, sets the African continent aside from the experiences in Europe and elsewhere. We remember the different African theatre experiences, and the last days of the conflict. Then, in the words of men who recorded the surrender a century ago, we pay our respects to those who did their bit, willingly or otherwise, in the hope of making our world a little better.< Less
The War In South Africa By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle DL (22 May 1859 – 7 July 1930) was a Scottish physician and writer who is most noted for his fictional stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes, which are... More > generally considered milestones in the field of crime fiction. He is also known for writing the fictional adventures of a second character he invented, Professor Challenger, and for popularising the mystery of the Mary Celeste. He was a prolific writer whose other works include fantasy and science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction, and historical novels. -Wikipedia< Less
The Start of the Great War in West Africa By Chris Jackson
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The Start of the Great War in West Africa and its Philatelic Consequences. A presentation by Chris Jackson and Malcolm Nickolls at Trinity College Oxford on the 19th September 2014.
Churchill in Africa By Winston Spencer Churchill
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Winston Spencer Churchill's famous book describing the Boer war, as a correspondent and as a combatant.
Churchill in Africa By Winston Spencer Churchill
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Winston Spencer Churchill's famous book describing the Boer war, as a correspondent and as a combatant.
A Spoonful of Africa By Diane Fisher
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A Spoonful of Africa is an autobiographical recipe book spanning 56 years of the authors life detailing family events, relationships and personal tragedies. The story describes their relocation from... More > England to South Africa in the 70’s and moving from one place to the other in South Africa until finally settling in the beautiful and historical Cape. Each chapter of stories is followed by a chapter of recipes. The recipes are not only traditional but informative. This is a wonderful record of cooking and life !< Less
Africa Burning By Gavin Parmar
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The year is 2011 and Libya has dramatically changed. The Government of Libya has opened to the world and allowed the oil money to change the political and social landscape in the land. The... More > Mossad is invited to quash the Hezbollah militias setting up operations in South. But, as they and Black Ops close in on the desert's secret, a massive invasion forces blows its way from Chad into Libya. Now both operations must stop Hezbollah's wicked plans as they struggle to navigate an unholy land wrapped in civil war. But all is not as it seems. Black Ops soon discover Hezbollah's secret is a far more advanced WMD than anybody could have guessed. Using their courage and skill as well as the help of unlikely allies, Black Ops and the Mossad must work with what little they have and stop this weapon before Tel Aviv is completely destroyed. All the while their involvement is fanning the flames of Africa burning.< Less
Africa Burning By Gavin Parmar
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The year is 2011 and Libya has dramatically changed. The Government of Libya has opened to the world and allowed the oil money to change the political and social landscape in the land. The... More > Mossad is invited to quash the Hezbollah militias setting up operations in South. But, as they and Black Ops close in on the desert's secret, a massive invasion forces blows its way from Chad into Libya. Now both operations must stop Hezbollah's wicked plans as they struggle to navigate an unholy land wrapped in civil war. But all is not as it seems. Black Ops soon discover Hezbollah's secret is a far more advanced WMD than anybody could have guessed. Using their courage and skill as well as the help of unlikely allies, Black Ops and the Mossad must work with what little they have and stop this weapon before Tel Aviv is completely destroyed. All the while their involvement is fanning the flames of Africa burning.< Less
Sons of Africa By Shirley Carnegie
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Zimbabwe 1980. The war is over, but ancient conflicts between the two main tribes - Robert Mugabe's Shona in the north and Joshua Nkomo's Matabele in the south - are still simmering. Soon, they will... More > spill over into a civil war where blacks will fight blacks, and white families caught in the crossfire will die. Twin brothers, Greg and Clay Buckley, are locked in a war of their own to win the love of their childhood friend, Tara Flynn. Their sibling rivalry ends in a vicious fight that will have a devastating impact on their lives and the lives of everyone around them. Mugabe's North Korean trained armies are poised to carry out the systematic destruction of the Matabele nation. The Buckleys' farm stands in their way. Already weakened by the rift between the brothers, there is little left to protect the land and its people from the advancing hordes. The blood of black and white Africans is about to stain the rich red earth of Zimbabwe once more. And things will never be the same again.< Less
Sons of Africa By Shirley Carnegie
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Zimbabwe 1980. The war is over, but ancient conflicts between the two main tribes - Robert Mugabe's Shona in the north and Joshua Nkomo's Matabele in the south - are still simmering. Soon, they will... More > spill over into a civil war where blacks will fight blacks, and white families caught in the crossfire will die. Twin brothers, Greg and Clay Buckley, are locked in a war of their own to win the love of their childhood friend, Tara Flynn. Their sibling rivalry ends in a vicious fight that will have a devastating impact on their lives and the lives of everyone around them. Mugabe's North Korean trained armies are poised to carry out the systematic destruction of the Matabele nation. The Buckleys' farm stands in their way. Already weakened by the rift between the brothers, there is little left to protect the land and its people from the advancing hordes. The blood of black and white Africans is about to stain the rich red earth of Zimbabwe once more. And things will never be the same again.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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