Dandeson Smith’s New Book “Charles Taylor’s Involvement: The Bitterness of War” Is a Graphic Account of Atrocities Committed During the Sierra Leonean Civil War

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Recent release “Charles Taylor’s Involvement: The Bitterness of War” from Page Publishing author Dandeson Smith explores some of the links between Charles Taylor, a rebel leader from the Republic of Liberia, and the Sierra Leonean fighting factions. It traces the steps leading to the conflict, explains some of the ordeals people went through, and elucidates the negative developments in Sierra Leone during the postwar period.

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Dandeson Smith, a Sierra Leon native who served as a communications specialist in the disarmament program following the horrific rebel war between 1991 and 2001, has completed his book “Charles Taylor’s Involvement: The Bitterness of War”: a riveting account of the ten most destructive, horrific, and appalling years in Sierra Leone’s history.

“Charles Taylor’s Involvement: The Bitterness of War” catalogues several specific acts of atrocities committed on the people of Sierra Leone during the ten-year war in the country from 1991 to 2001. These narrations are meant to provide a lesson to countries around the world about the dangers of sliding into mayhem. The insinuations given indicate the foolhardiness of engaging in high-handed and ruthless acts without fear of repercussion.

The role of Charles Taylor in the war is highlighted mainly to point out the perception that he was largely made a scapegoat for the fact that he was incarcerated while upfront perpetrators were not punished. The untold ripple effects of such a disastrous war on a country is unlimited and very negative and can last for decades ahead.

The obvious conclusion is that the idea of good governance should be upheld by governments if factions of society are to feel assimilated. Political space shouldn’t be in short supply for the rank and file in any country.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Dandeson Smith’s book is a gripping and potent narrative bringing to light the horror of war specific conditions that made the Sierra Leonean rebel war one of the most horrific in recorded history.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Charles Taylor’s Involvement: The Bitterness of War” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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