World War II

 
The radical afterlives of Frantz Fanon
The radical afterlives of Frantz Fanon
When Frantz Fanon was in late stages of leukemia at age 36, he was flown to a hospital in Bethesda, Maryland in the United States, for surgery. His...
Marrabenta, the pulse of Moz
Marrabenta, the pulse of Moz
Before the first note of the 2019 Marrabenta Festival finale in Matola was played a late-summer cyclone hit, sending the tents flying and causing...
African soldiers who fought for Britain paid less than white counterparts – Archives
African soldiers who fought for Britain paid less than white counterparts – Archives
Soldiers who fought in the British army during World War II were paid not only according to their length of service or rank, but also based on the...
Poland risks controversy on independence centenary
Poland risks controversy on independence centenary
Poles mark a century of independence on Sunday amid tensions in the deeply polarised country over the prominent role that marginal far-right groups...
Don’t cut our civil servants. Train them
Don’t cut our civil servants. Train them
Government has never been more difficult. The demands have never been greater. Huge skill and great leadership are required against a backdrop of...
1968, the year that Africa shaped the US
1968, the year that Africa shaped the US
It is 50 years since 1968, dubbed by the CNN’s new four-part series as “the year that changed America”. The United States, however, was only...
South Korea to stick with Japanese 'comfort women' deal
South Korea to stick with Japanese 'comfort women' deal
South Korea will not seek to renegotiate a deal with Japan on wartime sex slavery, it said Tuesday, despite new President Moon Jae-In saying on the...
​Summer Books 2016: Children’s books
​Summer Books 2016: Children’s books
A war hero’s taleTHERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIVEby MJ Honikman (Tafelberg)
Honour my father and my mother
Honour my father and my mother
FAMILYOn December 1 1945, my father went into the basement of our Washington, DC, home and shot himself in the heart. He had been home a mere...
Universities need stumbling stones
Universities need stumbling stones
In most German cities there are brass plaques set into the pavements. They are raised just above the pavement with the result that if, say, you are...

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