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A Different Kind of War Story

Carolyn Nordstrom - History - 1997 - 254 pages
A Different Kind of War Story takes us to the frontlines of one of the most brutal wars in recent history. The setting is Mozambique during the fifteen-year war of terror that ...
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A Complicated War: The Harrowing of Mozambique

William Finnegan - History - 1992 - 325 pages
Powerful, instructive, and full of humanity, this book challenges the current understanding of the war that has turned Mozambique--a naturally rich country--into the world's ...
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In Search of Cool Ground: War, Flight & Homecoming in Northeast Africa

Tim Allen - Social Science - 1996 - 336 pages
This volume focusses on population displacement in one of the most disturbed parts of Africa. For thousands of people flight across an international boarder occurs repeatedly ...
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African Refugees: Development Aid and Repatriation

Howard Adelman, John Sorenson - Social Science - 1994 - 264 pages
Of the world's refugees, more than one third reside in Africa, displaced from their homelands by war, poverty, famine and political persecution. In this book, contributors ...
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The Problems of Refugees in Africa: Boundaries and Borders

E. Q. Blavo - History - 1999 - 177 pages
Refugee reception and relief is an important aspect of African social policy. Africa's history of wars - and history of the sale of arms from the developed world to the ...
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