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Biafra Britain's Shame

£24.99

Product description

Good condition hardback. Usual shelf wear. Dust cover is wore at edges. Internally clean and bright.

Biafra: Britain's Shame not only seeks to portray the plight of a courageous young country fighting to preserve its independence but is an indictment of the role played by the British government in the Nigeria-Biafra war. On July 6th 1967 Nigeria invaded Biafra and began the most savage was in the history of West Africa: a war whose successful prosecution inevitably involved the partial annihilation of an ethnic group, the Ibos, and in which nearly two million civilians, mostly old people and children, have died through starvation alone.

Item details

Author(s):
Waugh, Auberon. Cronjé, Suzanne.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.5 x 14.5 x 2.2 cm
Edition:
1969
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0718107438
ISBN-13:
9780718107437
Number of pages:
118
Publisher:
Michael Joseph Ltd
Title:
Biafra Britain's Shame

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Good condition hardback. Usual shelf wear. Dust cover is wore at edges. Internally clean and bright.

Biafra: Britain's Shame not only seeks to portray the plight of a courageous young country fighting to preserve its independence but is an indictment of the role played by the British government in the Nigeria-Biafra war. On July 6th 1967 Nigeria invaded Biafra and began the most savage was in the history of West Africa: a war whose successful prosecution inevitably involved the partial annihilation of an ethnic group, the Ibos, and in which nearly two million civilians, mostly old people and children, have died through starvation alone.

Author(s):
Waugh, Auberon. Cronjé, Suzanne.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.5 x 14.5 x 2.2 cm
Edition:
1969
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0718107438
ISBN-13:
9780718107437
Number of pages:
118
Publisher:
Michael Joseph Ltd
Title:
Biafra Britain's Shame

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