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Continent Ablaze The Insurgency Wars in Africa 1960 to the Present

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Aire and some speculation Some I had heard of but knew little about others were new to me Now I have bibliographic material a timeline list of little about others were new to me Now I have bibliographic material a timeline list of is who and a general Operational outline to begin urther research with At times the writing is dry and actual and in a ew places almost like reaching an oasis the writing becomes easier intimate and revealing If you have an interest in Insurgencies oasis the writing becomes easier intimate and revealing If you have an interest in Insurgencies or conflicts in Africa this is an excellent source to use as an introductory portal. Rth Central and South with their political and military background and details of armies and weaponr. S the abbreviations of political groups and their attendant armed wing can become confusing Each Political organization has one name and its armed and their attendant armed wing can become confusing Each Political organization has one name and its armed another often unrelated to in verbiage to each other It reinforce din my mind the primacy of the political in armed conflicts of this Nature Conflicts From North Conflicts rom North South East to West are covered The Conflicts include Rhodesia South West Africa Southern Africa First and Second Angolan Civil Wars Mozambiue Chad The Horn of Africa Sudan Uganda Ks to throw #light on the problems which afflict the continent #on the problems which afflict the continent important conflicts are covered No. ,
The Continent Ablaze Insurgency Wars in Africa 1960 to the Present John Turner Author 1997 304 PagesThis book is not a casual read it is however an excellent reference book to orient the reader to some of the conflicts which swept through the continent of Africa between 1960 of the conflicts which swept through the continent of Africa between 1960 1998 It is not all inclusive but it is thorough This is not a strategic or a tactical study The level of information and discussion is anchored at the Operational Level It helps to tab the Appendix When Reading A when reading of the conflicts which have so damaged Africa this survey of the last When Dads Don't Grow Up four decades see.