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In War and Peace: The Making and Remaking of Sierra Leone

Posted by Jeneba Project on Friday, August 29, 2014, In : Articles 
I am currently working on a comprehensive national history book for Sierra Leone. Since the publishing of "A New History of Sierra Leone" by Joe A.D. Alie, no other historian has offered a comprehensive understanding of our national history. I hope this book will offer the next generation of Sierra Leoneans another picture of their national journey as a country and how they have arrived at where they are now.

Those who commit to writing their national history should be prepared for encounters ...

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