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From the Publisher"...this book represents investigative history at its best.... [it] not only rescues from near historical oblivion the fate of African soldiers on the Western front, it also offers a comprehensive and convincing analytical framework to explain German massacres. The book is also well-written and tightly argued... this impressive study represents essential reading for anybody interested in the history of the Second World War, Nazi Germany, and racist violence in the twentieth century more generally. If the significance of a new monograph can be measured according to the extent in which it compels us to revise our standard narratives, then this study succeeds brilliantly."
- H-German, Frank Biess, Department of History, University of California-San Diego
"...this book represents investigative history at its best." -Frank Biess, H-German, H-War
"...a well-written example of proficient historical work." -Yannick Cormier,