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The Nigerian Civil War in History and Historiography

By Brian McNeil
January 22, 2021

The Nigerian Civil War in History and Historiography (2010) argues that the Nigerian Civil War offers a unique opportuni…

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‘And Starvation is the Grim Reaper’: the American Committee to Keep Biafra Alive and the Genocide Question During the Nigerian Civil War, 1968-70

By Brian McNeil
January 18, 2021

‘And Starvation is the Grim Reaper’: the American Committee to Keep Biafra Alive and the Genocide Question D…

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Victor’s Justice: Atrocities in Postwar Nigeria

By Arua Oko Omaka
January 18, 2021

Victor’s Justice Atrocities In Postwar Nigeria (2016) investigates the Nigerian government’s attitude toward…

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Refugees, Evacuees, and Repatriates: Biafran Children, UNHR, and the Politics of International Humanitarianism in the Nigerian Civil War

By Bonny Ibhawoh
January 18, 2021

Refugees, Evacuees, and Repatriates: Biafran Children, UNHR, and the Politics of International Humanitarianism in the Ni…

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Against Memory-As-Remedy to the Traumatic Aftermaths of Nigeria-Biafra War: Whither Justice?

By Chigbo Arthur Anyaduba and Benjamin Maiangwa
January 18, 2021

Against Memory as Remedy to the Traumatic Aftermaths of Nigeria Biafra War Past: Whither Justice? (2020) analyzes recent…

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The Nigeria-Biafra War: Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide

By Lasse Heerten and A. Dirk Moses
January 18, 2021

The Nigeria-Biafra War- Postcolonial Conflict and the Question of Genocide (2014) argues that the Nigerian-Biafra war ev…

News

Surviving a War by God’s Grace

By Daniel N. Okoro
January 15, 2021

Surviving a War by God’s Grace recounts the personal struggles of Daniel N.  Okoro, a retired civil engineer. dur…

News

Once ‘Fun City’: Nigerian Civil War Altered Life in Lagos

By Mort Rosenblum
January 13, 2021

Once ‘Fun City’- Nigerian Civil War Altered Life in Lagos, published on August 17, 1969, and declares the Ni…

News

Nigerian Civil War Made Odd Bedfellows of Russ, British

By Joseph Boyce
January 13, 2021

Nigerian Civil War Made Odd Bedfellows of Russ, British, published on January 14, 1970, and explains that the Nigerian 3…

News

Neighboring Cameroon Stayed Clear of Nigerian Civil War

By Paul Lewis
January 13, 2021

Neighboring Cameroon Stayed Clear of Nigerian Civil War, published on February 14, 1970, and reports that although Camer…

Multimedia

Prisoners of War at Makurdi

January 9, 2021

Footage produced by the Reuters News Archive shows Biafran war prisoners receiving medical care and worshipping in a new…

Multimedia

Bombing Aftermath

January 9, 2021

Footage produced by the Reuters News Archive shows the aftermath of a Biafran airplane shot down in a bombing mission ov…