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The Liberian Civil War

by Mark Huband

Frank Cass Publishers | June 30, 1998 | Trade Paperback |

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Just before Christmas 1989, a small group of armed fighters crossed a narrow river marking the frontier with Sierra Leone, and entered the West African state of Liberia. The civil war which followed plunged the African continent''s oldest republic into a long and agonising nightmare, during which the country was torn apart and its people brutalised by terror, violence and bloodshed. The war promised to liberate Liberians after almost ten years of vicious dictatorship under President Samuel Doe; instead, as the first shots were fired, the seeds of Liberia''s devastation were sown.
Mark Huband''s account of the conflict, which begins a few days after the original incursion, is a moving and dramatic portrayal of the war as it unfolded. His extensive research and access to key figures in the conflict, together with a wealth of poignant and disturbing eye-witness detail, provide a fascinating portrait of Doe, his US-backed rule, and the enemies he made. Vivid and often harrowing, the book draws upon the author''s experience of living among the fighters, the leaders and the terrorised population as they witnessed the growing horror of the conflict in which they had become trapped.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 256 Pages, 6.3 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: June 30, 1998

Publisher: Frank Cass Publishers

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0714643408

ISBN - 13: 9780714643403

Found in: Africa

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The Liberian Civil War

The Liberian Civil War

by Mark Huband

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 256 Pages, 6.3 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: June 30, 1998

Publisher: Frank Cass Publishers

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0714643408

ISBN - 13: 9780714643403

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author's experience of living among the fighters, the leaders and the terrorised population as they witnessed the growing horror of the conflict in which they had become trapped.

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Just before Christmas 1989, a small group of armed fighters crossed a narrow river marking the frontier with Sierra Leone, and entered the West African state of Liberia. The civil war which followed plunged the African continent''s oldest republic into a long and agonising nightmare, during which the country was torn apart and its people brutalised by terror, violence and bloodshed. The war promised to liberate Liberians after almost ten years of vicious dictatorship under President Samuel Doe; instead, as the first shots were fired, the seeds of Liberia''s devastation were sown.
Mark Huband''s account of the conflict, which begins a few days after the original incursion, is a moving and dramatic portrayal of the war as it unfolded. His extensive research and access to key figures in the conflict, together with a wealth of poignant and disturbing eye-witness detail, provide a fascinating portrait of Doe, his US-backed rule, and the enemies he made. Vivid and often harrowing, the book draws upon the author''s experience of living among the fighters, the leaders and the terrorised population as they witnessed the growing horror of the conflict in which they had become trapped.
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