ONS WAS DAAR (WE WERE THERE)
AbstractJudging by the number of books published â€“ either on paper or on the internet â€“ the (probably mostly white) publicâ€™s interest in the so-called Border War is ostensibly at an all-time high. By far most of the publications are written by ex-soldiers who themselves participated in the war, but academics are also increasingly turning their attention in that direction.
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