9781780747118

Another Man's War The Story of a Burma Boy in Britain's Forgotten African Army

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  • ISBN13:

    9781780747118

  • ISBN10:

    178074711X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 9/15/2015
  • Publisher: Oneworld Publications

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Summary

At age 16 Isaac Fadoyebo ran away from his West African village to join the British Army. The Second World War was raging, and Nigeria's colonial masters were desperate to find men to defend India and the Empire. He was taking breakfast deep in the Burmese jungle when the Japanese ambushed his unit and left him for dead. With the help of a Muslim family he survived, but in every other way Isaac was forgotten, all the more so as Nigeria struggled to come to terms with its newfound independence. Yet Isaac could not forget the debt he owed to the Burmese family, now trapped in a simmering sectarian conflict. In Another Man's War, veteran foreign correspondent Barnaby Phillips shares the gripping, unforgettable story of a Burma Boy in the Second World War and the legacy of colonial rule.

Author Biography

Barnaby Phillips is a senior correspondent for Al Jazeera English, which he joined at the time of its launch in 2006. His documentary Burma Boy won the prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award. Previously, he was a correspondent for the BBC for 15 years, reporting primarily from Africa. Phillips grew up in Kenya and now lives in London.

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