Price: $265.00

    Code: 1681

    For nearly thirty years, in the longest ongoing war in Africa, the Eritrean people waged a bitter struggle against the occupying forces of the Ethiopian government, which were armed by the Soviet Union and Israel. Having gained their independence, the Eritreans now face the task of rebuilding their wartorn nation. This documentary examines Eritrean history and the relationship between the war and the famines which have ravaged Northern Ethiopia.

    Directed by Susan Kalish
    1990, 30 minutes
    Purchase: $265 Classroom Rental: $50

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