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Child Soldiers: The Role of Children in Armed Conflicts
Child Soldiers: The Role of Children in Armed Conflicts
By Guy Goodwin-Gill and Ilene Cohn
Oxford University Press, 1994, 228 pp.

This study for the Henry Dunant Institute in Geneva documents and suggests remedies for the pervasive use of children as soldiers. The spread of insurrectionary war and simple chaos in various parts of the world is conducive to the use of children--as American soldiers recently learned in Somalia. The photographs of child combatants herein are wrenching.