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ISBN:0595485235
Author: Robert Peprah-Gyamfi
ISBN13: 978-0595485239
Title: Three Cheers for Ghana!
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Language: English
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Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (January 10, 2008)
Pages: 224

Three Cheers for Ghana! by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi



2008 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 6 x 1. 4 x . 2 cm Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Поставляется из: Англии.

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Twins Divided by Robert Peprah-Gyamfi tells the true story of twins in West Africa and how their lives were changed by forced conscription in WW.

Robert Peprah-Gyamfi. Opposing them is the Convention People’s Party (CPP), with the everyman at its core and calls for change blazing out on its banners. Like many of his fellow men, Kakra has been scarred by the horrors of war and has seen the betrayal and weaknesses of his white ‘masters’. He and his fellow party members demand change now – a steadfast position fuelled by pent-up anger and primed to explode. Peprah-Gyamfi’s story, rich in historic and detail, brings Ghana to life on the page. But it also highlights one of the most important events in West African history. It is a book that will resonate with anyone with a Ghanaian or West African heritage, and with historians and armchair experts alike. Twins Divided and World War II Revisited: Memoirs of a Forced African Conscript (Perseverance Books) are out now, priced £. 9 in paperback.

“This very readable book on modern Ghana is not a dry treatise on the economic, social and political conditions of the country, but a journey of discovery in which one meets the people, wonders at the signs of new affluence in the executive houses and expensive German cars driven by sophisticated housewives, travels with the author and his family to their old hometowns, shares the glee of their extended families in seeing them again, gains a personal and moving perspective into the recent past of the indigenous cultures, the poorer farming folk who in some cases still struggle to survive; it is an account of first-hand experience whereby one understands the author’s concern to help advance the prospects, not only of the disadvantaged members of the family, but of the country as a whole.”—Charles Muller, Diadem Books