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BMW 2-Valve Twins 1970-1996 by John Haynes
Buy the Clymer manual instead: it is far more comprehensive and much better illustrated. The modest extra cost is well worth paying!
The Shallow Graves of Rwanda by Shaharyan M. Khan
The Shallow Graves of Rwanda by Shaharyan M. Khan
Although not quite perfect in its smallest detail, this is the most authoritative analysis yet available of the aid that the UN and the international community tried to provide to Rwanda after the genocide of 1994, concentrating on the period from the author's arrival in June of that year and tending to discuss UNAMIR's work at the operational rather than the tactical level - although it does cover, with dispassion and objectivity rather than overt emotion, a number of individual horror stories.
This must be regarded as a classic case study and, as one who worked under Ambassador Khan in Rwanda, I recommend it without reservation for students of the United Nations, those obliged to… Read more
The United Nations and Rwanda, 1993-1996 by United Nations Publications
The United Nations and Rwanda, 1993-1996 by United Nations Publications
This weighty tome comprises a 100-page overview, a detailed chronology and the texts of about 180 source documents including UN Resolutions, the Arusha Peace Agreements, reports from UNAMIR and other UN agencies, correspondence from a number of key players and an index of further material held in UN libraries. This book will be important to students of African history, international politics and of the UN's way of doing business but it is by no means faultless or complete. In sticking to the strategic level of decision making, Boutros Boutros-Ghali's history of the crisis remains detached to the point that many of his "primary sources" are, in fact, hearsay. (A… Read more