ABOUT THE BOOK
Few issues in the history of Nigeria are as controversial as the Nigerian Civil War that lasted for 30 months from 6 July 1967-15 January 1970.
The war is often called the Biafran war because it is believed that the war was caused by the attempted secession of the south-eastern provinces of Nigeria to become a sovereign entity known as “The Republic of Biafra”.
However, the civil war did not just start. A number of factors ignited the war that pitched compatriots against each other and led to mindless bloodletting that exacted millions of casualties from both camps (with heaviest casualties coming from the Biafran Camp. IN THIS AMAZING BOOK, YOU WILL READ
- THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH BIAFRAN EYES
- BEFORE THE WAR
- DURING THE WAR
- OVER THREE MILLIONS BIAFRANS DIED
- THE BIAFRAN FLAG, ANTHEM, AND MONEY
- END OF THE CIVIL WAR
- AFTER THE WAR
- THE £20 STORY