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The Women's War of 1929: Gender and Violence in Colonial by Marc Matera,Misty L. Bastian,S. Kingsley Kent,Susan Kingsley PDF

By Marc Matera,Misty L. Bastian,S. Kingsley Kent,Susan Kingsley Kent

In 1929, tens of millions of south japanese Nigerian girls rose up opposed to British authority in what is often called the Women's conflict. This book brings togther, for the 1st time, the a number of views of the war's colonized and colonial contributors and examines its a variety of activities inside of a unmarried, gendered analytical frame.

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