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ERITREA, Revolution at dusk


ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991


Title: ERITREA, Revolution at dusk

Photographer(s): Robert Papstein

Writer(s): Robert Papstein

Designer(s): Robert Papstein

Publisher(s): The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.

Year: 1991

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Language(s): English

Pages: 170

Size: 20,5 x 27 cm

Binding: Softcover

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Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Eritrea,1990

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ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991

ERITREA, Revolution at dusk is a photo book by photographer Robert Papstein on Eritrea 1990 published by The Red Sea Press, Trenton, U.S.A.,1991


Eritrean capital of Asmara, bringing to an end a generation of Ethiopian colonialism and Africa's longest and most costly war.

Five years ago, when this book was started, famie and war raged in Eritrea and even though the EPLF's military success were already remarkable, I have always left Eritrea with a mixture of optimism and sadness. Optimism because of the indomitable Eritrean will to achieve their independence; sadness because, alone, they faced a massive Ethiopian army supported by the superpower military resources of the Soviet Union..."

Robert Papstein

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