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The Nigerian military; a sociological analysis of authority and revolt 1960-67.


Cambridge [England] University Press, 1971.
ISBN 9780521081290, 0521081297

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Subjects Armed Forces -- Political activity.
Coups d'État -- Nigeria.
Nigeria -- 15 janvier 1966 (Coup d'État)
Nigeria -- 29 juillet 1966 (Coup d'État)
Nigeria -- Politics and government -- 1960-1975.
Nigeria -- Politics and government.
Nigeria -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1960-1975.
Nigeria.
Nigeria. -- Armed Forces.
Nigeria. Nigerian Army -- Activité politique.
Nigeria. Nigerian Army -- Political activity.
Nigeria. Nigerian Army.
Politics and government
Relations pouvoir civil-pouvoir militaire -- Nigeria -- 1945-1970.
Series African studies series ; 4.
Description xiii, 376 pages illustrations, map 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes "First written as a Ph. D. dissertation for the University of Chicago."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part One: Two military coups -- January 1966: the Majors' coup -- July 1966: the junior officers' and NCOs' coup -- Part Two: The Nigerian military as a social system -- The Nigerian army: composition and structure -- Officers and gentlemen: the image of an elite -- Peer groups: solidarity and cleavage -- Of heroism and hierarchy: the dilemmas of discipline -- Nigerianisation: the legacy of haste -- Tribe and region: the activation of primordial identities -- Part Three: The military and politics -- The political background -- Civilian control of the military, 1958-66 -- The Ironsi regime: the army as a government, January to July 1966 -- Military image and political beliefs -- The way to secession.
Geographic Area Nigeria
Network Numbers (OCoLC)184295
(OCoLC)ocm00184295
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Luckham, Robin.
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