The United States and the Nigerian Civil War: An American dilemma in Africa, 1966-1970 ePub download
by George A Obiozor
- ISBN: 9780020233
- ISBN13: 978-9780020231
- ePub: 1115 kb | FB2: 1625 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Africa
- Publisher: Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (1993)
- Pages: 105
- Rating: 4.6/5
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The Nigerian Civil War (also known as the Biafran War and the Nigerian-Biafran War) was a civil war in Nigeria fought between the government of Nigeria and the secessionist state of Biafra from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970. Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Biafran people, whose leadership felt they could no longer coexist with the Northern-dominated federal government.
The Nigerian Civil War had begun. Baxter traces the total tale, beginning with the immediate run-up to war – dramatis personae and the Aburi Conference. Early Nigerian military actions, Biafra's audacious Operation Torch and the inevitable, almost plodding Federal strangulation follow. No coverage would be complete without Nigeria's use of starvation as a weapon. And Baxter dutifully distills clandestine international relief – and gun-running – efforts to Biafra. Photos, maps, acronym glossary and annotations augment text. And a handy conclusion and endnotes complete coverage
PDF The paper seeks to cast the Nigerian civil war of 1967 to 1970 within the mould . the analyzes include the United States of America, France and Spain. As with civil wars in other countries, the Nigerian. civil war can be analyzed within the context of a. revolution
PDF The paper seeks to cast the Nigerian civil war of 1967 to 1970 within the mould of a revolution. Some of the theories of revolution. that readily capture the essence of the Nigerian conflict are also highlighted. Key words: Nigeria, civil war, revolution, nationhood. revolution. As a revolution, it is very unique in the context. of Nigerian history; it is the only revolution that has ever.
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2002) George A. Obiozor, The United States and the Nigerian civil war: an American dilemma in Africa, 1966-1970 (Lagos : Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, 1993)
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January 1966 to January 1970), which was marked by crisis, conflicts, and the Nigerian civil war; (3) Mending . Nigerian relations (because of disagreement over the .
January 1966 to January 1970), which was marked by crisis, conflicts, and the Nigerian civil war; (3) Mending Relationships, the period from 1970 to the overthrow of General Yakubu Gowon on July 29, 1975 (exactly nine years after he came to power); (4) Confrontation and Rapprochement, the period from 1975 to 1979 marked first by stormy weather in. .