Aboke Girls: Children Abducted in Northern Uganda

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Fountain Publishers, 2001 - Political Science - 160 pages
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In October 1996, one hundred and thirty nine girls were abducted from St Mary's College, in northern Uganda. In an act of extraordinary courage, Sister Rachele, the Italian deputy headmistress, followed the abductors. Her journey took her to the Lord's Resistance Army, led by Joseph Kony, where she managed to secure the release of the majority of the girls. What happened to the remaining thirty girls and thousands of other children who have disappeared from their homes and schools in northern Uganda since the arrival of the Lord's Resistance Army? In this book journalist Els De Temmerman reconstructs the journey of two Aboke girls who managed to excape and one of the abductors, a fourteen year old boy who was part of Kony's elite troops.

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A good book on this terrible war Read full review

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This is almost more sentimental to me than anything because it one of the first books that introduced me to the atrocities of Northern Uganda. Read full review


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