Monday, December 30, 2013

New military history research: Native Americans in Massachusetts, WWII Guam, Kenya conflict

From the American Indian Quarterly, an excerpt of an article on how Native American used Christianity to ally themselves with English colonists and protect against attacks and territorial loss in southeastern Massachusetts
 King Philip's War - Capture of Brookfield, Massachusetts


From Asian Perspectives, an abstract on the archaeological study of caves on the island of Guam used by WWII Japanese stragglers who waged guerrilla warfare against the United States and a study of the application of Japanese Bushido in this situation
 Japanese Prisoner of War at Guam, with bowed head after hearing Emperor Hirohito make announcement of Japan's unconditional surrender - August 15, 1945

From the Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, an abstract on the disbursement of British development funding to Kenya during the Mau Mau conflict of the 1940s and 50s and its effect on the Kikuyu and Kamba peoples 
 The crew of Avro Lincoln SX984 49 Squadron RAF taken in Kenya in late 1954 or early 1955

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