Remembering the African (Reaction Paper Sample)
Remembering the African WW1 Dead
The excerpt is a journal with a title "Remembering the Africaâ€™s World War 1 Dead." The journal was published in December 2014. The author of the journal argues that during world war one, French recruited African soldiers, who in brotherhood at arms, fought together with the white French soldiers with the aim of liberation. To win the confidence of the Africans, mostly from the West African nations, the French governments promised them of being made French nationals and even wages to cater for their needs and that of their families. The author is much concerned of what remained as the Africans legacy after fighting the war together with the white French soldiers. The African soldiers are not recognized and even their families are receiving the war pension that they are supposed to be given. The whole excerpt shows that the Africans and the French who fought the war were equal and therefore demand equal respect and or recognition. The journal, in a nutshell, was written to lobby for recognition of ...
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