No Man’s Land.


No mans Land is the story of George Monbiot’s travels among some of the most remote and remarkable people on the earth, the nomads of East Africa. It is also the story of their struggle to survive the greatest changes they have ever faced, as bandits, businessmen and politicians close in on their land. In the savannahs of northern Kenya live a people who cannot keep still. Every year they cross and recross their arid lands following the trails used by the earliest human ancestors three million years ago. This is the story of the Turkana nomads.

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H/b in v/g clean v/g pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp 10×223,plates,maps at both back and front p/d & f/ep.hinges strong,binding firm,some writting in pencil in margins and text but not serious.otherwise internaly clean throughout.In general a v/g copy.


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