By Timothy Stapleton
A distinctive and thorough chronological review of the heritage of struggle and armed forces buildings in Africa, protecting precedent days to the current day.
• presents an entire creation of Africa's army historical past that's available to basic readers with no really good knowledge
• offers illuminating bills of Africa's most vital army leaders, from Hannibal of historic Carthage to Queen Nzinga of 17th-century Angola to Paul Kagame of up to date Rwanda
• Portrays Africa in the context of an international standpoint that portrays the continent's lifestyles as an intrinsic a part of a much broader international, no longer as an remoted "dark continent"
• features a complete examining record on the finish of every of the 3 volumes for engaging in extra research
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