Table of contents for Africa and World War II / Judith Byfield, Cornell University, Carolyn A. Brown, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Timothy Parsons, Washington University in St. Louis, Ahmad Sikainga, Ohio State University.


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1. The experiences of ordinary Africans in World War II T. Parsons; 2. Producing for the war J. A. Byfield; 3. African labor in the making of World War II C. Brown; 4. The military, race, and resistance: the conundrums of recruiting black South African men during the Second World War L. Grundlingh; 5. The Moroccan 'effort de guerre' in World War II D. Maghraoui; 6. Free to coerce: forced labor during and after the Vichy years in French West Africa C. B. Ash; 7. No country fit for heroes: the plight of disabled Kenyan veterans T. Parsons; 8. Women, rice, and war: political and economic crisis in war-time Abeokuta (Nigeria) J. A. Byfield; 9. Africa's 'battle for rubber' in the Second World War W. G. Clarence-Smith; 10. Freetown and World War II: strategic militarization, accommodation, and resistance A. M. Howard; 11. Free France, unfree Africa: extraction and labor in French Equatorial Africa under free French rule E. T. Jennings; 12. The Portuguese African colonies and World War II M. Newitt; 13. Pit sawyers, rubber tappers, and forest farmers: World War II and the transformation of the Tanzanian forests T. Sunseri; 14. Wrestling with race on the eve of human rights: British management of the color line in post-fascist Eritrea G. Barrera; 15. To be treated as a man: masculinity, race, and the imperial state in the Nigerian coal industry C. Brown; 16. 'A white man's war': settler masculinity in the Union Defense Force, 1939-45 S. Chetty; 17. African soldiers, French women, and colonial fears during and after World War II R. Ginio; 18. World War II and the sex trade in British West Africa C. Ray; 19. American missions in war-time French West Africa B. M. Cooper; 20. Fighting fascism: Ethiopian women patriots 1935-41 H. Habtu and J. A. Byfield; 21. Defending the land of their ancestors: African American military experience in Africa during World War II D. Hutchinson; 22. French African soldiers in German POW camps, 1940-5 R. Scheck; 23. Resistance and mobilization: Guinea and World War II E. Schmidt; 24. Sudanese response to World War II A. Sikainga; 25. Uganda after World War II C. Summers; 26. Consequences of the war A. Sikainga.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
World War, 1939-1945 -- Africa.
Africa -- History -- 1884-1960.