The first-person account of a 26-year-old who fought in the war in Sierra Leone as a 12-year-old boy.
Weaves a narrative of the history of Sierra Leone, from its foundation as a settlement for black slaves who fought for... Læs mere
David Harris uses the examples of Sierra Leone and Liberia to examine the nexus of international and domestic politics in these post-conflict elections.
This book chronicles the story of the single most daring Special Forces operation since World War Two - Operation Barras; Operation Barras, the rescue mission, was a combined... Læs mere
This book addresses the gendered political authority in Sierra Leone, a relatively unknown topic, and looks at the part it plays in women's history, political history, political transformation in Africa, and global women's political leadership.
A revealing memoir of resilience, exposing the numerous failures of Western intervention at the centre of West Africa's Ebola outbreak.
This two-volume work is based on Thomas Winterbottom's experiences in the late eighteenth century as a doctor in Sierra Leone, which resulted in a very positive opinion of the country and its inhabitants.