Britain, Northern Rhodesia and the First World War: by Edmund James Yorke

By Edmund James Yorke

An insightful account of the devastating effect of the nice warfare, upon the already fragile British colonial African kingdom of Northern Rhodesia. Deploying huge archival and infrequent proof from surviving African veterans, it investigates African resistance at this time.

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