"Africa's Armies" Book Review by cee-cee

"Africa's Armies"
A critique on "Africa's Armies: From Honor to Infamy - a History From 1791 to the Present" by Robert B. Edgerton.
# 110377 | 1,259 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 22, 2008 in Anthropology (African) , History (African)


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This paper discusses anthropologist, Robert B. Edgerton's "Africa's Armies From Honor to Infamy - a History From 1791 to the Present". The author of the paper summarizes the book and critiques Edgerton's lack of definition. The author also states that the book is lacking in-depth analysis of how and why African is infamous today. The paper suggests that a closer analysis of what is going on in Africa to what is going on in similar nations and regions across the world today and an explanation of how the hardships that Africa endure today related to the civil strife and militia would be beneficial for Edgerton's book.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Shaw, Bryant. "Africa's Armies: From Honor to Infamy", Air and Space Power Journal, Summer 2005. USAF, Troy University, 17, December 2007: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0NXL/is_2_19/ai_n15345180
  • Edgerton, Robert B. AFRICA'S ARMIES: From Honor to Infamy - a History From 1791 to the Present; Boulder, (Colorado): Westview Press/ Perseus Books Group, 2002; ISBN: 0-8133-3947-2

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