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Soldier and state in Africa: a comparative analysis of military intervention and political change, edited by Claude E. Welch, Jr.


Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1970.
ISBN , 9780810102910, 0810102919

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Subjects Africa -- Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Africa.
Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Binnenlandse politiek.
Militaire interventie.
Description viii, 320 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Contents The roots and implications of military intervention, by C.E. Welch, Jr.--The military and politics: Dahomey and Upper Volta, by W.A.E. Skurnik.--Congo-Kinshasa: General Mobutu and two political generations, by J.C. Willame.--Arms and politics in Ghana, by J. Kraus.--The Algerian army in politics, by I.W. Zartman.--The military and political change in Africa, by P.L. van den Berghe.--Appendices (pages [267]-301):--A. Armed strength and defense expenditures of African states in 1966.--B. Violence and military involvement in African politics from independence through 1968.--Selected bibliography (pages [302]-309).
Geographic Area Africa
Network Numbers (OCoLC)92133
(OCoLC)ocm00092133
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WorldCat Identities Welch, Claude Emerson,
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