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Martha Frederiks

442 Book Reviews / Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007) 365-447 Paul V. Kollman, Th e evangelization of slaves and Catholic origins in East Africa [American Society of Missiology Series 38]. Orbis Books, Maryknoll, NY 2005, xxviii + 356 pp. ISBN-13: 9781570756269 (pbk.). £14.99. In Th

answering a variety of historical questions. Of perhaps the greatest interest to scholars is “New Light on the East African Theater of the Great War: A Review Essay of the English Language Literature.” The only review essay within the volume, it engages one of the most often studied military actions in

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and weakened the war’s main effort. Other battles and campaigns took place at the German port of Tsingtao in China, in the German colonies of German New Guinea and German Samoa in the southwest Pacific, and in the German African colonies of Togoland, Kamerun, German South West Africa, and German East

individuals in Brutish unites in the early months o f the war ipto the forma- tion ofthe Palestine Regiment in s u m m e r 1942 a n d describes the participation ofPales- tinian Jewish volunteers in the campains in Greece, the Western Desert, East Africa a n d Syria. 94. GEYER MICHAEL. Aufrüstung oder

Adam Knobler

reinos ao sul de Calecute,” in Velho, Roteiro , 85-93. Similar reports were written of Christians and Christian-Muslim conflicts along the East African coast, reports which were echoed in royal circles as well as in the writings of mariners. See Velho, Roteiro , 32-33 [10-11 April 1498]. Also see the

Nations' peace- keeping operations in the Middle East, Africa, the East Indies, Pakistan, Y � orea and Cyprus. 54. ,JJ;e6opllH, F.A. 14 B.C. TejibnyxoBcKHH. H r o r H M ypORH Benincofi OTeiecTBeHHoS BOHHLI. M3A. 2-e. MOCHBA, eM � c,nb», 1975, 438 c. DEBORINE, G. A., V. S. TELPOUKHOVSKI. B i l a n e t e n

South West Africa (now Tanzania and Namibia, respectively) in the mid and late 1880s, partly recruited from local mercenaries (in East Africa), and regular uniforms for all ‘Schutztruppen’ were introduced in 1896 (to avoid the negative connotations of ‘colonies’, the Germans used the term

en Afrique du Nord et de l'Est et en Italie (Keren, Cassino), apporte un témoignage vivant et fondamental sur le métier de soldat dont l'humour, en dépit des dangers, n'est pas exclu. [Gray] A rivid narrative of soldiering ai hie most basic level C. Company,fought in North Afri- ca, East Africa, and

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Fred van Lieburg

christenen met andere godsdiensten en geloven (Zoetermeer, 2015). For eastern Christianity, see Philip Jenkins, The Lost History of Christianity: The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, and how it dies (New York, 2008); Heleen Murre-van den Berg, “The Unexpected