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Breaking the Myths: We Remember World War 1 in Africa – Diversity House

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A collection of 15 essays on why remember World War One in Africa, by everyday people and well-known academics Sir Hew Strachan, Timothy Stapleton, Nuno Lemos Pires and David McDonald of Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Includes a poem written specially for Diversity House remembering Africa by Kat Francis and contributions by the children of St Michael’s CE Junior School, Maidstone

  • Africa’s contribution: An introduction – Anne Samson
  • The importance of remembering the Great War in Africa – Tim Avery
  • My personal awareness or lack of it… – Chrissie Boakye
  • South Africa in the Great War: First World problem – Antonio Garcia
  • Foot soldiers – Massowia Haywood
  • World War One in Africa – Kai He
  • Why World War One in Africa still matters to Kenya and Africa – XN Iraki
  • A triple legacy from World War One – Neema Kambona
  • Why the First World War in Africa is important – Lucy London
  • Who were these people? – Caroline Okello
  • Politics and real strategies in the Great War in Africa – Nuno Lemos Pires
  • The Akamba porters and soldiers – Maingi Solomon
  • Why should we remember the contribution of Africa – Timothy Stapleton
  • A peripheral war – Sir Hew Strachan
  • World War One in Africa – Martin Willis
  • Walter Tull – a symbol for remembrance
  • Remember Me – Kat Francis
  • Swale Remembers: How Swale has changed its perception
  • CWGC remembers the First World War in Africa – David McDonald
  • Throughout – contributions by children of St Michael’s CE Junior School, Maidstone

 

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