Bibliography: p. 106-112.
|Statement||Peter B. Clarke.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
Get this from a library! West Africans at war, , colonial propaganda and its cultural aftermath. [Peter B Clarke]. The Second World War and Africa’s Socioeconomic Infrastructures: A Case Study of the Nigerian Railroad System Peter B. West Africans at War –18, – London: Ethnographica, Google Scholar. Colonial Report Wendell P. “British Propaganda and the Mobilization of Gold Coast War Efforts, –” Journal of African Cited by: 1. The Great War of was truly a world war. The campaign in German South West Africa attests to this. A Union of South Africa force representing a young government in search of its own identity invaded it's neighboring German colony in late /5(8). Byron Farwell's The Great War in Africa is a marvelous history of that part of World War One (at the time know as The Great War) that took place across the continent of Africa. Numerous European powers had extensively colonized much of Africa, including the Kaiser's Germany/5.
Peter Clarke, West Africans at War, , (London, ). Aileen Clayton, The Enemy is Listening: The Story of the Y Service (London, ). Anthony Clayton, The British Empire as a Superpower, (London, ). Nicholas Clifford, Retreat from China: British Policy in the Far East, (London, ). Here are the casualties in 12 SA Mot Brigade for the period 23 Aug 44 to 19 calculated by unit. The heaviest casualties ( percent) were sustained during Phase III of the operations in Italy: marked by the assaults on Monte Stanco, and Pts and South Africa / Campaign Medals, Pairs, & Groups / First World War ; Filter by Type. Buy now [ 8 ] Archive [ 10 ] more Filter by Country. Germany [ 1 ] South Africa [ 17 ] A Rare South African First War City of Johannesburg Medal Price: $ View; W Add to Compare. A First & Second War South African Family Medal. Buy The Great War in Africa: by Farwell, Byron (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(18).
The Lancet ORIGINAL ARTICLES TETANUS IN THE AFRICAN AND EUROPEAN THEATRES OF WAR J.S.K. Boyd O.B.E., M.B. Glasg., D.P.H. Camb., K.H.P. BRIGADIER THE object of this report is to assess the incidence of tetanus in the European and African campaigns of ; to ascertain as far as possible the extent to which this has been influenced by active and passive immunisation ; to Cited by: A Study in Radio Propaganda Broadcasts in French from North and West African Radio Stations, 8 November –14 December Revue d’histoire maghrebine In The French Army and Its African Soldiers Ruth Ginio examines the French Army’s attempts to win the hearts and souls of the local population at a time of turbulence and uncertainty regarding Author: Ruth Ginio. Michael Crowder, ‘West Africa and the – War’, Bulletin de l’Institut Fondemental de l’Afrique noire Série B 30() –9. Google Scholar by: