Military Regimes in Africa
Ghana, Kwame Nkhruma, Busia, K. Acheampong; Dahomey, (Benin), Ahomadegbé, General Soglo, Alley, Kouandeté, Kerekou; Nigeria, Ironsi, Gowon; Zaire, (tidl. Belgisk Congo), Mobuto; Uganda, Amin; Sudan, Khalil, Abboud, Jaafer-al-Nimiery.
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