For Glory and Country: Wladyslaw Jablonowski, Afro-Polish General in Revolutionary Europe

Written by Robert Fikes, Jr., Emeritus Librarian, San Diego State University In contrast to the more widely celebrated accomplishments of three other African-descended military standouts in 18th century Europe — namely, Abram and Ivan Gannibal in Russia and Thomas-Alexandre Dumas in France — the perilous exploits of Poland’s deeply patriotic