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Book arrived in excellent shape, book description was right on target. This is a fascinating story about a critical moment in an often over looked campaign of the First World War.Published 1 day ago by Linnville R. Taggart
A fun read if you like books about safari or the musical genre Chap-Hop.Published 3 months ago by Calvin C. Ballenger
A wholly enjoyable book and what is a curious side note of an almost forgotten battlefront.Published 10 months ago by S. H. Bottoms
very glad to have been introduced to this book! the historically accurate story of one of my favorite films.Published 17 months ago by JACQUE
I have been living in this area for 54 years .... sailed on the "Liemba" ( Baron von Goetzen ) from Mpulungu Zambia to Kigoma Tanzania on 4 occasions . Read morePublished on November 2, 2013 by Guido Stuer
During the titanic contest between the British and Germans in World War I, the British, in so many places, came out ahead due to their greater stockpile of eccentrics, misfits, and... Read morePublished on May 2, 2013 by Carl Robinson
Foden has a prose that is easily readable and the book was interesting to read and follow until Chapter 24. Read morePublished on January 14, 2013 by Susan Phillips
If only schools used books like this, more people would be interested in history. This book recounts the little-known tale of a minor engagement in the Congo region of Africa... Read morePublished on April 8, 2012 by Newton Ooi
This book is a very interesting account of an obscure skirmish in the middle of Africa during World War I. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by Alan Musielewicz