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As an Eritrean raised in post independence Eritrea, reading this book really gave me an interesting and critical perspective. It gave a view of how Eritrea is seen from outside. Read morePublished 2 months ago by tedros
a grabbing and well written book with lots of history information : a must have for those who are in love with EritreaPublished 9 months ago by Sergio Valdini
I bought this for a friend who used to have a pb copy, but gave it to a friend of his to keep. He was very impressed with the condition and size of the hard cover. Thanks.Published 13 months ago by D. A. Lokken
This is the first time I am reading a book by this author and it looks she has a lot of information to share with others.Published 13 months ago by emnetu tesfay
Undoubtedly one of the best or perhaps THE best book on Eritrea and her torn identity. The author unravels the gigantic drama of a little nation. Read morePublished 16 months ago by C. Baudissin
This story is rich with drama, detail, and anger. The country of Eritrea has had problems with neighbors and colonizers that prevent it from growth and development. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ann Logue
Now that's a book I'd get... Read more
i was in ethiopia in 1970 and 72-3 and eritrea. so the topic was close to me.
a good general history of eritrea and its colonisation and independance movement. Read more
Even to those who claim they have a good understanding, like me, about Eritrean history, the information the book provides on the Italian and British occupation is some thing that... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gabriella Kidane