Description - Black Man's Grave by Gary Stewart
Sierra Leone was ripe for revolution in 1991; the Revolutionary United Front just didn't know how to pull if off. "Black Man's Grave" tells the story of the tragic 'revolution' through the eyes of those who struggled to survive in the small northern village of Fadugu. Based on years of correspondence and the authors' research and experiences in Sierra Leone, "Black Man's Grave" describes a country run by a greedy political elite who hijacked a fledgling democracy, plundered its wealth of diamonds and turned most of its people into desperate paupers.
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(215mm x 140mm x 17mm)
Cold Run Books
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