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dc.contributor.authorBhebe, Ngwabi (ed.)-
dc.contributor.editorRanger, Terrence (ed.)-
dc.description.abstractSociety in Zimbabwe‘s liberation war explores the social history of the struggle. It begins with religion, continues with ideology, and ends with the social consequences’ of the war. Many of the chapters are written by people who were intermediaries between the churches and the guerillas, or were setting up schools in the camps in Zambia or Mozambique, or were seeking to heal post –war divisions. The book deals with Matebeleland and Manicaland, with Mozambique and Zambia; with spirit mediums and rain –shrine priests and missionaries and nuns; with Rhodesian novelist and revolutionary theorists; with teachers and pupils and bureaucrates; with dissidents and Fith Brigade. The war touched all these and so does this book.en_US
dc.publisherUniversity of Zimbabween_US
dc.subjectZimbabwe liberation waren_US
dc.titleSociety in Zimbabwe's liberation war : Volume Twoen_US
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