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Lecture Reading: Lecture 8

David Killingray, ‘African Voices from Two World Wars’, Historical Research, 74, 186 (2001), pp.425-43.Further reading: James Ellison, “A Fierce Hunger’: Tracing Impacts of the 1918-19 Influenza Epidemic in Southwest Tanzania’, in Howard Phillips & David Killingray (eds.), The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19: New Perspectives (Routledge, London: 2003), pp.221-229. Albert Grundlingh, Fighting Their Own War: South African Blacks and the First World War (Ravan Press, Johannesburg: 1987). David Keithly, ‘Khaki Foxes: The East Afrika Korps’, Small Wars and Insurgencies, 12, 1 (2001), pp.166-85. David Killingray, ‘African Voices from Two World Wars’, Historical Research, 74, 186 (2001), pp.425-43. Timothy Parsons, “Kibra is Our Blood’: The Sudanese Military Legacy in Nairobi’s Kibera Location, 1902-1968’, International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30, 1 (1997), pp.87-122. Donald Savage & J. Forbes Munro, ‘Carrier Corps Recruitment in the British East Africa Protectorate 1914-1918’, Journal of African History, 7, 2 (1966), pp.313-42. George Simpson, ‘British Perspectives on Aulihan Somali Unrest in the East Africa Protectorate, 1915-1918’, Northeast African Studies, 6, 1-2 (1999), pp.7-43. Hew Strachan, The First World War in Africa (Oxford, Oxford University Press: 2004), chapter 5 & 6, pp.93-130.