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Zimbabwe"s guerrilla war

peasant voices

by Norma J. Kriger

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zimbabwe
    • Subjects:
    • Zimbabwe African National Union -- Public opinion -- History -- 20th century,
    • Peasantry -- Zimbabwe -- Politics and government,
    • Guerrillas -- Zimbabwe -- History -- 20th century,
    • Peasantry -- Zimbabwe -- Attitudes -- History -- 20th century,
    • Public opinion -- Zimbabwe -- History -- 20th century,
    • Zimbabwe -- History -- Chimurenga War, 1966-1980 -- Public opinion

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-295) and index.

      StatementNorma J. Kriger.
      SeriesAfrican studies series ;, 70
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT2988 .K75 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 303 p. :
      Number of Pages303
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1884403M
      ISBN 100521392543
      LC Control Number90045311

      War Veterans in Zimbabwe’s Revolution Reviewed by Ngoni Muzofa THIS is the first in a series of reviews of the book War Veterans in Zimbabwe’s Revolution. The book is an eye witness account and scholarly analysis of Zimbabwe’s political history by Zvakanyorwa Wilbert Sadomba, a lecturer in the University of Zimbabwe’s Sociology Department.   - Guerrilla war against white rule intensifies, with rivals Zanu and Zapu operating out of Zambia and Mozambique. - Smith yields to .

      Draws on a wide range of archival and oral sources to argue that the history of African peasants in Zimbabwe produced a specific consciousness which meant that peasant participation in the guerrilla war was different from the peasant role in Mau Mau or in the war in Mozambique. It also examines the changing relations between the peasantry and the Zimbabwean state after the elections. The people who fought in the 1 0s guerrilla war against white minority rule still dominate Zimbabwes government and especially its security. Former President Mugabes Zimbabwe African National Union. Figure Dominant soil Zimbabwe S And M Dominant map of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwes mobile money platforms handled 1 billion in

      The Lessons of the Zimbabwe Liberation War Unrest no 1 - THE VICTORY OF a seemingly militant ZANU (Zimbabwe African National Union) in Zimbabwe's independence elections, following a long guerrilla war (the Chimurenga") against White colonialism, was greeted with jubilation. This classic study focuses on the role of the Zimbabwean peasantry in the national liberation struggle, beginning with background on the peasantry under early colonialism, and exploring changes in consciousness in subsequent periods. The author makes systematic comparisons between resistance in Zimbabwe and the Mau Mau revolt in Kenya, as well as with ideology and experience of armed .


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Book Description. In this study of political mobilization and organization in Zimbabwe's rural-based war of independence, Norma Kriger is interested in the extent to which ZANU guerrillas were able to mobilize peasant support, the reasons why peasants participated, and in the links between the post-war outcomes for peasants and Cited by: Zimbabwe's Guerilla War Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Peasant consciousness and guerrilla war in Zimbabwe: a comparative study Author/Creator Ranger, Terence O. Publisher James Currey Ltd. (London) Date Resource type Books Language English Subject Coverage (spatial) Zimbabwe, Kenya, Mozambique Coverage (temporal) - Source Northwestern University Libraries, Melville J.

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Print book: 1. publ Summary: In this study of political mobilization and organization in Zimbabwe's rural-based war of independence, Norma Kriger is interested in the extent to which ZANU guerrillas were able to mobilize peasant support, the reasons why peasants participated, and in the links between the post-war outcomes for peasants and the mobilization process.

Zimbabwe's guerrilla war: peasant voices. [Norma J Kriger] -- Studies of revolution generally regard peasant popular support as a prerequisite for success. In this study of political mobilization and organization in Zimbabwe's recent rural-based war of.

Peasant Consciousness and Guerrilla War in Zimbabwe by Terence Ranger addresses recent research interests in informal, invisible, everyday resistance (for example, tax evasion) in the context of peasant colonial history. 1 For the war period, he combines a study of peasant consciousness with more established research.

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Zimbabwe's guerrilla veterans have burst into the international media as the storm troopers in Mugabe's new war of economic liberation. In this book, Norma Kriger gives the unfolding contemporary drama a historical background, and shows continuities between the present and by: This article is about guerrilla narratives of war, as told by veterans of the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA), one of two armies that fought in Zimbabwe’s war for independence in the.

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See also. History of the Rhodesian Light Infantry; Grey's Scouts; Military history of Africa; Portuguese Colonial War; Rhodesian Armoured Car Regiment; Second Matabele War, officially known within Zimbabwe as the First ChimurengaLocation: Rhodesia, Zambia, Mozambique.

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