Table of contents for Daily lives of civilians in wartime Africa : from slavery days to the diamond wars / edited by John Laband.

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Introduction		African Civilians in Wartime
						John Laband				1
Chapter 1	Civilian Casualties in the Context of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
				Paul E. Lovejoy			25
Chapter 2	Zulu Civilians during the Rise and Fall of the Zulu Kingdom, 
c. 1817-1879
			John Laband				84		
Chapter 3		Civilians in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902
						Bill Nasson				137
Chapter 4		The Impact of the First World War on African People
						Tim Stapleton				184
Chapter 5		African Civilians in the Era of the Second World War
			c. 1935-1950
						David Killingray			224
Chapter 6		Angolan Civilians in Wartime, 1961-2002
						Inge Brinkman				281
Chapter 7		Liberia and Sierra Leone: Civil Wars 1989-2004
						Lansana Gberie			323
Chapter 8	The Consequences of Sudan's Civil Wars on the Civilian Population
				Jane Kani Edwards and Amir Idris	371
Chapter 9	The making of the Rwandan Genocide and the Future Protection of Civilians in Africa
				Alhaji M.S. Bah			414			

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa -- History, Military.
Africa -- Social conditions.
War and society -- Africa.
Combatants and noncombatants (International law).
Civilian war casualties -- Africa.
Civil-military relations -- Africa.
Civil war -- Africa.
Ethnic conflict -- Africa.