My Father Was A Freedom Fighter

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My Father Was A Freedom Fighter

Author : Ramzy Baroud
ISBN : 0745328814
Genre : History
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The frontline in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, Gaza is constantly reported as a place of violence and terror. Ramzy Baroud's memoir explores the daily lives of the people in that turbulent region: the complex human beings -- revolutionaries, mothers and fathers, lovers, and comedians -- who make Gaza so much more than just a disputed territory. At the heart of Baroud's tale is the story of his father who, driven out of his village to a refugee camp, took up arms to fight the occupation while trying to raise a family.
Category: History

Mukami Kimathi Mau Mau Woman Freedom Fighter

Author : Nderitu, Wairimu
ISBN : 9789966190321
Genre : History
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Mũkami Kĩmathi: Mau Mau Woman Freedom Fighter is the story of the brave wife of one of Kenya’s foremost freedom fighters, Field Marshal Dedan Kĩmathi Waciũri. Kĩmathi led the Mau Mau war in Kenya’s independence struggle against the British colonialists. Mũkami’s role as a daughter, wife, mother, freedom fighter and leader is varied and very complex. Her story spans pre and post-independent Kenya. Her experiences provide an important complement to existing written literature on Kenya’s history. In 2003, the Mwai Kĩbakĩ Government lifted the ban put in place by the British colonialists declaring the Mau Mau as terrorists, and recognised Mũkami Kĩmathi and other freedom fighters as national heroes and heroines celebrated on 20th October as Mashujaa Day. This book gives an insight into the role of women freedom fighters and the struggles they faced both during and after the war. It is an incredible story of immense self-sacrifice and love for Kenya. Mũkami provides the lens to see the wider picture of women in the independence struggle, the neglect and betrayal of wives of Mau Mau fighters in particular and women in general in Kenya’s making. Beyond her role in the independence struggle, Mũkami’s story has many historical highlights such as time shared with Kĩmathi, meeting Nelson Mandela and her fruitful and strong relationship with Kenya’s human rights movement.
Category: History

The Little Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015066249031
Genre : India
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Undefeated

Author : Paljor Thondup
ISBN : 9781941312100
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The memoirs of a Tibetan freedom fighter who fought in the resistance against the Chinese occupation of Tibet in the 1950s, centered on his moral progression under the influence of the Dalai Lama from vengeful violence to compassion and forgiveness. The active resistance to the Chinese invasion of Tibet coalesced into a guerrilla army of freedom fighters, the Chushi Gangdruk. In the 1950s, China's Red Army and communist cadres systematically slaughtered hundreds of thousands of Tibetans in Amdo and Kham, seeking to enslave the survivors. The freedom fighters waged war against overwhelming odds, losing to greater numbers, airplanes, and artillery. Fleeing to central Tibet, they helped their beloved Dalai Lama escape the 1959 massacre of Lhasa, to speak for his people in exile. Paljor Thondup's diehard Khampa family also rose up to repel the invaders. They fought their way west through the whole thousand-mile length of Tibet, withdrawing to sanctuary in the Mustang region of Nepal. The Chushi Gangdruk, with modest CIA support, also regrouped their guerrilla army in Mustang. Eventually, certain new leaders became corrupt and gave up the fight, content with inaction to keep supplies coming. They hated the ongoing heroic raiding by Paljor's family, and finally slaughtered them all--only Paljor and his close cousin Dupa survived. Hearing his father's dying wishes, Paljor put down his weapons and changed his life, migrating to India to seek help from the Dalai Lama. Paljor and Dupa then began a modern education, to continue the struggle for Tibet as businessmen. Inspired by the Dalai Lama, Paljor renounced his tribal duty of blood vengeance, became a peace warrior, and conquered the inner enemy. He brings help to Tibet in its agony, sustaining the livelihoods of his long-suffering compatriots.
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Inside The Invisible

Author : Celeste-Marie Bernier
ISBN : 9781789620856
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Inside the Invisible provides the first examination of the work of Turner Prize-winning Black British artist and curator Professor Lubaina Himid CBE. This comprehensive volume breaks new ground by theorizing her development of an alternative visual and textual language within which to do justice to the hidden histories and untold stories of Black women, children, and men bought and sold into transatlantic slavery. For Himid, the act of forgetting within official sites of memory is indivisible from the art of remembering within an African diasporic art historical tradition. She interrogates the widespread distortion and even wholesale erasure of Black bodies and souls subjected to dehumanizing stereotypes and grotesque caricatures within western imaginaries and dominant iconographic traditions over the centuries. Creating bodies of work in which she comes to grips with the physical and psychological realities of iconic and anonymous African diasporic individuals as living breathing human beings rather than as objectified types, she bears witness not only to tragedy but to triumph. A researcher, historian, and storyteller as well as an artist, she succeeds in seeing "inside the invisible" regarding untold narratives of Black agency and artistry by mining national archives, listening to oral stories, acknowledging art-making traditions, and revisiting autobiographical testimonies.
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The Life Of A Freedom Fighter

Author : Helen Marie Fias
ISBN : 9781434365491
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Helen Marie Fias has written many short stories, Bible studies, and novels, based on her experiences and teachings. She was raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, but spent most of her adult life in the beautiful Western side of Washington State. Helen's interests, besides being a wife and mother, have been oil painting, ceramic making, teaching the Bible and writing. Two of her novels based on her young life on a dairy farm, Country Splendor and Country Splendor Embraced, have been published and well received. In 1960 she was divorced from her first husband and raising three small children with the help of her parents when, by chance, she met a recently widowed young Hungarian man. They found that even though their lives were so different from each other's, still the attraction between them was strong. Tibor Fias had lost his wife in a house fire, and his three babies had died in their infancy. He insisted on marrying Helen shortly after they met, and adopting her daughter and two sons. Eventually another son and daughter were born to them, rounding out their family. The Life of a Freedom Fighter is her latest endeavor, relating the exciting experiences of her husband's life in Hungary that ended with his bringing his young bride with him to the United States, after the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 was lost. He lived a fascinating life, full of intrigue, danger, romance and wars. His story captivates his audiences, with them encouraging him to put it into print.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

When Did You Stop Loving Me

Author : Veronica Chambers
ISBN : IND:30000094706201
Genre : Fiction
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Adoring her talented magician father and heritage-proud mother, Angela finds her life irretrievably altered when her mother leaves the family to join the cause of Black Liberation leader Assata Shakur, who has recently escaped from prison. A first novel by the author of Mama's Girl and Having It All?
Category: Fiction

Breeze

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ISBN : IND:30000046896233
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Freedom Fighter Casimir Pulaski

Author : David J. Abodaher
ISBN : UCAL:B4349473
Genre : United States
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A biography of the exiled Polish leader who joined the forces of George Washington to fight the British.
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Indian Literature

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ISBN : IND:30000092730799
Genre : Indic literature (English)
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Category: Indic literature (English)

From The Diary Of A Freedom Fighter

Author : K. A. K. Menon
ISBN : UOM:39015023584140
Genre : India
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Reminiscences of a Keralite, resident in Malaya, about World War, 1939-1945; with reference to the role of the Indian National Army in Southeast Asia.
Category: India

No Baby But Mine

Author : Carly Bishop
ISBN : 0373225385
Genre : Fiction
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No Baby But Mine by Carly Bishop released on Sep 24, 1999 is available now for purchase.
Category: Fiction

Daughters Of Maharashtra

Author : Abhijit Varde
ISBN : UVA:X004419768
Genre : Maharashtra (India)
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Freedom Fighter

Author : Alojzy Dziura-Dziurski
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081562550
Genre : Jews
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Lok Sabha Debates

Author : India. Parliament. House of the People
ISBN : UIUC:30112044680459
Genre : India
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Sarat Chandra Bose

Author : Sisir Kumar Bose
ISBN : 9383098503
Genre : India
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Category: India