A Military Bibliography of the Horn of Africa is not only one of the most authoritative and comprehensive study of the region’s military history but is also the first bibliography on the military history of the region. Since the end of World War II, the Horn of Africa has been one of the most conflicted regions in the world. It is a place where democratic governance is scarce and countless disputes over land, water, and ethnic and religious divisions are rampant. These situations underscore the need for a bibliography that focuses on those issues that contribute to conflict and the use of military force, so that better studies can be conducted to find a common solution. With 6,500 entries, this book features the five countries that make the Horn and is subdivided into sections and subsections that classify the bibliography for easy access.