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Fantastic book. Through personal anecdotes linked to historical fact, French elegantly summarizes the political/economic/human condition in Africa.Published 10 months ago by Kent Kroeker
Excellent documentation, and reads like a novel. The first-person style really puts you on the scene. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Serval
Few people in the West understand the impact of colonization on indigenous people. World powers drew lines between neighbors, and brought their conflicts to the continent to play... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Roger
There is some good writing in here, but the title is quite misleading. Would be better to say Some adventures I had in some African Countries.Published 20 months ago by R.L.D.
Howard Frence done a great job of informing us on the history and challenges of the governmnts and people of Africa. Would recommend it to all who care to be educated.Published on August 14, 2013 by paul daniels
I learned from this book and the perspective of the author French.
French tells about the corruption and the venal policies of the West and the ruling elites in the... Read more
The book was great. A bit confusing at the end with so many names, and tribes and countries (new names and old).Published on June 10, 2013 by mario