Vichy Dakar and the other story of French colonial stewardship in Africa: A critical reading of

Shaka, Femi Okiremuete
September 1995
Research in African Literatures;Fall95, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p67
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Discusses the nature of the relationship that existed between French colonial authorities and their African subjects during the Second World War as depicted in the film `Camp de Thiaroye.' Political conflicts between supporters of De Gaulle and the adherents of the Vichy regime; Discussion of sequences which help define the nature of relationship; Significance.


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