The Parching Winds of Somalia
|The Parching Winds of Somalia|
|Produced by||Charles Geshekter|
|Running time||30 minutes|
The Parching Winds of Somalia (1984) is a documentary film produced by Charles Geshekter.
The film provides a close look at how the nomadic inhabitants of Somalia have withstood the ravages of a harsh desert environment and the encroachment of European imperial forces by synthesizing knowledge of the past, Muslim practices, and skillful livestock management in a successful fusion of traditional values with modern techniques.
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- R R Bowker Publishing (1995). Bowker's Complete Video Directory (Volume 2). R.R. Bowker. ISBN 0-8352-3588-2.
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