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Les nouveaux prédateurs politique des puissances en Afrique centrale —Braeckman, Colette, 1946-
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2004

Célèbre journaliste d'investigation au quotidien belge 'Le Soir' et grande spécialiste de l'Afrique centrale, Braeckman démontre comment les justifications, que les pays voisins du Congo ont toujours mises en avant p...

Comment la France a perdu l'Afrique —Glaser, Antoine.
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2006

En novembre 2004, quelques images d'exode en provenance de Côte d'Ivoire, diffusées sur toutes les chaînes de télévision et s'étalant à la une de leurs journaux, ont révélé la fin d'une époque. Comment faut-il...

Imperial reckoning the untold story of Britain's Gulag in Kenya —Elkins, Caroline.
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2010

Recovers the lost history of the last days of British colonialism in Kenya. In the aftermath of World War II and the triumph of liberal democracy over fascism, the British detained and brutalised hundreds of thousands of...

Journey continued an autobiography —Paton, Alan.
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2012

This autobiography begins in 1948 when Paton retired as principal of a reformatory school. His life story is set against the backdrop of events in South African history. Includes portraits of such personalities as Nelson...

Diamonds, gold, and war the British, the Boers, and the making of South Africa —Meredith, Martin.
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2011

A history of the tumultuous period leading up to the 1910 founding of the modern state of South Africa. Explores how the discovery of vast diamond and gold deposits led to a fierce struggle between the British and the Bo...

I write what I like a selection of his writings —Biko, Steve, 1946-1977.
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2012

Essays and writings from the period 1969 through 1972 by the South African considered the father of the Black Consciousness Movement. Biko discusses racism, religion, and African culture, as well as what his movement sta...

It's our turn to eat the story of a Kenyan whistleblower —Wrong, Michela, 1961-
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2010

What is it about African society that makes corruption so hard to eradicate, so sweeping in its scope, so destructive in its impact? Why have so many African presidents found it easy to reduce all political discussion to...

In his own words from freedom to the future —Mandela, Nelson, 1918-
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2009

This collection by former South African President Mandela presents the Nobel laureate's speeches on a wide variety of subjects, including struggle, freedom, reconciliation, nation building, development, education and cul...

Nelson Mandela "non à l'apartheid" —Tadjo, Véronique, 1955-
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2011

Ce titre transporte le lecteur en 1941, dans une Afrique du Sud ravagée par l'Apartheid. Au fil des pages, le lecteur marche dans les traces de Nelson Mandela, qui prend la parole pour raconter l'injustice vécue par so...

Le chemin parcouru mémoires d'un enfant soldat : témoignage —Beah, Ishmael, 1980-
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2010

Il s'appelle Ishmael Beah. Hier encore, c'était un enfant qui jouait à la guerre. Aujourd'hui, il la fait. Un jour de 1992, sa vie bascule brusquement dans le chaos. Faute de troupes, les deux camps - armée gouverneme...

Diamonds, gold, and war the British, the Boers, and the making of South Africa —Meredith, Martin.
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2011

A history of the tumultuous period leading up to the 1910 founding of the modern state of South Africa. Explores how the discovery of vast diamond and gold deposits led to a fierce struggle between the British and the Bo...

L'Éthiopie se meurt, mais renaîtra —Dufresne, Francine, 1940-
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2009

L'écrivain Francine Dufresne livre l'expérience la plus bouleversante de sa vie. Au retour d'un voyage dans une Éthiopie sinistrée, elle exhale sa révolte et rugit devant le génocide qui crève les yeux. Du même s...

The essential gesture writing, politics and places —Gordimer, Nadine.
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2012

This personal history of 27 years, 1959 to 1986, of Afrikaner domination in South Africa charts the response of novelist Nadine Gordimer to the crisis of apartheid and the struggle of the blacks to free themselves. 1988....

Move your shadow South Africa Black and White —Lelyveld, Joseph.
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2011

"South Africa sates you with paradox," says journalist Lelyveld, whose profile of the country offers a view of its wide variety of inhabitants, including squatters near Cape Town, witch doctors in Soweto, and blacks in t...

Hope and suffering sermons and speeches —Tutu, Desmond.
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2011

These sermons and speeches by the Nobel Peace Prize winner are organized by four main themes: Introducing South Africa; Liberation as a biblical theme; Current concerns; and Divine intention. 1984.

Egypt on the brink from Nasser to Mubarak —Osman, Tarek.
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2011

Explores what has happened to the biggest Arab nation since President Nasser took control of the country in 1954. Examines Egypt's central role in the development of the two crucial movements of the period, Arab national...

Fateful triangle the United States, Israel, and the Palestinians —Chomsky, Noam.
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2008

First published in 1983, "Fateful Triangle" is Chomsky's indictment of the policy the United States has enacted towards Israel, particularly with regard to Israel's actions concerning the Palestinians. Three new chapters...

Fifty Russian winters an American woman's life in the Soviet Union —Wettlin, Margaret, 1907-
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2010

In the early 1930s, Margaret Wettlin travelled to Russia where she met and married a theatre director. She describes her experiences during the following 50 years which included World War II, the purges of the Stalin reg...

Freedom rising —North, James.
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2011

Compelling account that combines personal experience, political analysis, history, travelogue and interviews with a wide range of South Africans who tell of a people tensely divided. Some strong language. 1985.

I write what I like a selection of his writings —Biko, Steve, 1946-1977.
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2012

Essays and writings from the period 1969 through 1972 by the South African considered the father of the Black Consciousness Movement. Biko discusses racism, religion, and African culture, as well as what his movement sta...

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