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This edited volume firmly places African history into global history by highlighting connections between African and East German actors and institutions during the Cold War. With a special focus on negotiations and African influences on East Germany (and vice versa), the volume sheds light on personal and institutional agency, cultural cross-fertilization, migration, development, and solidarity.
Eric Burton, Univ. Innsbruck; Anne Dietrich, Univ. Leipzig; Immanuel R. Harisch, Univ. Vienna; Marcia C. Schenck, Univ. Potsdam.
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