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    Format: xviii, 269 Seiten , Illustration, Karte
    ISBN: 9780821424551
    Series Statement: War and militarism in African history
    Content: Introduction. Un-National Soldiers in Southern Africa During and After Decolonization -- "The Ovambos Did Not Take Part in the War against the Germans": A Brief History of Fractures and Divisions in Colonial Namibia and Southern Angola, late 1880s to 1990 -- "We Live Between Two Fires": The Reasons for Joining the Apartheid Security Forces in Northern Namibia, 1975-1989 -- "The War Was Very Complicated": The Formation and Development of 32 Battalion, 1975-1984 -- "Every Force Has Its Own Rules": The Military Cultures of South Africa's Security Forces in Namibia and Angola -- "Dictation Comes from the Victor": The Postwar Politics of Black Former Soldiers in Namibia, 1989-2014 -- "We Are Lost People": Citizenship and Belonging of Black Former Soldiers in South Africa, 1989 to the Present.
    Content: "Thousands of Black African troops supported South Africa's military in Namibia and Angola during apartheid. Bolliger's new interviews and research lead him to reject their assumed role as collaborators, to challenge the portrayal of their wars as struggles for national liberation, and to reveal the complexity of South African military culture"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9780821447413
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe Bolliger, Lennart, 1988- Apartheid's Black soldiers Athens, Ohio : Ohio University Press, 2021
    Language: English
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