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The Nigerian Civil war marks the darkest hour of modern Nigeria's turbulent history and this author tells the story as a firsthand observer of all sides to the tragedy. There was so much unhealthy propaganda that surrounded the war while it was being fought, a lot of which unfortunately reverberates and maintains the specter of division that is /5. The International Politics of the Nigerian Civil War, (Princeton Legacy Library) by John J. Stremlau | Mar 8, out of 5 stars 1. There are numerous books on the Nigerian civil war which fall into three categories: 1) Those written by the protagonists. Usually the most detailed but also the most biased. 2) Those written by professional writers. 3) Post civil war literature by civilians. Books. Philip Efiong (also spelled Effiong, 18 November – 6 November ) was the first Vice President and the second President of the now defunct Republic of Biafra during the Nigerian Civil War of to Born: 18 November , Ibiono Ibom, Colony .
The Nigerian Civil War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. The Nigerian Civil War by John de St Jorre Nigerians – of all ethnicities – rarely talk about the civil war of the late s, but it is a suppressed : Barnaby Phillips. A future article will be devoted to the immense and varied civil war fiction. ‘The Biafran Story’ by Frederick Forsyth: First published in by Hutchinson, a leading publishing outfit in Britain, the book was the outcome of Forsyth’s years as a journalist covering the war in Biafra. The International Politics of the Nigerian Civil War, Book Description: Biafra's declaration of independence on , precipitated a civil war with important implications for the territorial integrity of all newly independent African states.
Civil war breaks out in Nigeria Five weeks after its secession from Nigeria, the breakaway Republic of Biafra is attacked by Nigerian government forces. In , Nigeria gained independence from. The Nigerian Civil War ended on Janu , with the surrender of Biafran leadership. The Colonial Roots of War. If the coup of Janu was the immediate cause of the civil war, its historical roots are traceable to British colonial rule. Now it dominates the 16th installment in Helion's splendid "[email protected]" series: Biafra. Subtitled "The Nigerian Civil War ", the compact, page study competently chronicles the conflict. Contents commence with a practical précis of Nigerian colonial history – in which ethnicity, religion and oil naturally play key, continuing : $ The Nigerian Civil War which broke out on 6 July and lasted until Janu , was the culmination of an uneasy peace and instability that had plagued the Nation from independence in It was a result of a long period of alleged political, economic, ethnic, cultural and religious deprivations, which had its genesis in the Author: Iheoma Hendy.