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African historical studies / E. A. Ayandele

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This study specifically examines how these leaders employed three of the six principles outlined in current mission command doctrine. Author by : Mbogoni, Lawrence E. Through careful study of these select cases, this book highlights general features of human sacrifice which recur with striking uniformity in all parts of sub Saharan Africa, and why they persist until today. Advertisements relating to the occult was a common feature of Drum magazine, the popular South African magazine in Southern, Eastern and Central Africa in late years of colonial and early years of postcolonial periods, indicating a wide belief in these practices among the people in these countries? However, they have one thingin common: they were intended to shed new light, or strike new depths, or widen scope ofknowledge on some aspects of Nigerian history in the context of the author's researches. Case studies include practices in Sierra Leone, Tanzania Mainland , Zanzibar, Uganda and Swaziland. Written mostly in the last eight years in differentcircumstances, they are unified more in intent, in argument, and inperspective than in theme.

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African historical studies / E. A. Ayandele

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The Asante Kingdom is one of several examples included in this study of human sacrifice and ritual killing on the African continent. Religion, History, and Politics in Nigeria. Later, human sacrifice in Asante was mainly politically motivated as kings and religious leaders offered human sacrifice in remembrance of their ancestral spirits and to seek their protection against their enemies. He draws upon extensive written sources to expose these practices in other cultures including those in Western societies. Berkely: University of California Press. They invented God and gods and the occult sciences witch craft, divination and soothsaying in order to seek the protection of supernatural powers while individuals used them to gain power to dominate others and to accumulate wealth.

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Nigerian historical studies / E. A. Ayandele

nigerian historical studies ay andele e a

Human sacrifice was one way in which they sought to expiate the gods for what they believed were punishments for their transgressions. London and Totowa: Frank Cass and Company Limited. Heumann and James Walvin, 682-698. Though not known to them as mission command, prominent leaders such as Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and Major General Thomas J. . Edited by Falola, Toyin and Akinwumi Ogundiran, 159-172. Author by : Major Colin P.

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The linkages between these historical campaigns and current mission command philosophy are the focus of this study. Nevertheless, it has a unity of style and approach usually absentfrom multi-authored, organically conceived books. The E-mail message field is required. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. Moreover, illustrations are heavily weighedin favour of English-speaking West Africa, in particular the areas thatcame under British colonial rule. Certainly a work of this kind cannot possess the organic unity of a book purposelyconceived as a monolith.

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On the eve of war against Denkyira, individuals volunteered themselves to be sacrificed in order to guarantee victory. Edited by Falola, Toyin and Akinwumi Ogundiran, 187-202. One example, the Ghana Asante Kingdom's very origins are associated with human sacrifice. Abstract: The collection of writings brought together in this book was written within the last tenyears in different circumstances and for different purposes. Nevertheless, it has a unity of style and approach usually absentfrom multi-authored, organically conceived books. Lanham: University Press of America.

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Nigerian Historical Studies. (eBook, 1979) [interrupciones.net]

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Edited by Falola, Toyin and Akinwumi Ogundiran, 4-43. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. However, they have one thingin common: they were intended to shed new light, or strike new depths, or widen scope ofknowledge on some aspects of Nigerian history in the context of the author's researches. Each case examined is introduced by an expose of folklore that puts in perspective beliefs in the supernatural and how folklore continues to perpetuate them. Certainly a work of this kind cannot possess the organic unity of a book purposelyconceived as a monolith. Determining the methods that these commanders employed during their celebrated campaigns through the framework of mission command highlights characteristics that will benefit military leaders at all levels. .

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