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Joyous Biafran soldiers seen here cheering with guns in the air as they sit atop a Featured 00902 Print

Joyous Biafran soldiers seen here cheering with guns in the air as they sit atop a

Joyous Biafran soldiers seen here cheering with guns in the air as they sit atop a destroyed Nigerian army armoured personnel carrier during the conflict. 11th June 1968.
The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Biafran War endured for two and a half years, from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970, and was fought to counter the secession of Biafra from Nigeria. The indigenous Igbo people of Biafra felt they could no longer co-exist with the Northern-dominated federal government following independence from Great Britain. Political, economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions finally boiled over into civil war following the 1966 military coup, then counter-coup, which led to the persecution of Igbo living in Northern Nigeria. Control over oil production in the Niger Delta played a vital strategic role in the causes of the war.
Within a year, the Nigerian Military Government had surrounded Biafra and imposed a blockade. The ensuing stalemate led to a severe famine in the region Over the two and half years of the conflict varying estimates of one to two million people died from starvation, diseases or fighting

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Two heavily armed Biafran soldiers seen here talking to each other during the Biafran Featured 00902 Print

Two heavily armed Biafran soldiers seen here talking to each other during the Biafran

Two heavily armed Biafran soldiers seen here talking to each other during the Biafran conflict. One soldier is holding a rocket propelled grenade launcher with the other one holding an AK-47 assault rifle. 11th June 1968.
The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Biafran War endured for two and a half years, from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970, and was fought to counter the secession of Biafra from Nigeria. The indigenous Igbo people of Biafra felt they could no longer co-exist with the Northern-dominated federal government following independence from Great Britain. Political, economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions finally boiled over into civil war following the 1966 military coup, then counter-coup, which led to the persecution of Igbo living in Northern Nigeria. Control over oil production in the Niger Delta played a vital strategic role in the causes of the war.
Within a year, the Nigerian Military Government had surrounded Biafra and imposed a blockade. The ensuing stalemate led to a severe famine in the region Over the two and half years of the conflict varying estimates of one to two million people died from starvation, diseases or fighting

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A Biafran soldier seen here in relaxed mood, armed with an AK47 semi automatic rifle Featured 00902 Print

A Biafran soldier seen here in relaxed mood, armed with an AK47 semi automatic rifle

A Biafran soldier seen here in relaxed mood, armed with an AK47 semi automatic rifle during the Biafra Conflict. 11th June 1968.
The Nigerian Civil War, also known as the Biafran War endured for two and a half years, from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970, and was fought to counter the secession of Biafra from Nigeria. The indigenous Igbo people of Biafra felt they could no longer co-exist with the Northern-dominated federal government following independence from Great Britain. Political, economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions finally boiled over into civil war following the 1966 military coup, then counter-coup, which led to the persecution of Igbo living in Northern Nigeria. Control over oil production in the Niger Delta played a vital strategic role in the causes of the war.
Within a year, the Nigerian Military Government had surrounded Biafra and imposed a blockade. The ensuing stalemate led to a severe famine in the region Over the two and half years of the conflict varying estimates of one to two million people died from starvation, diseases or fighting

© Mirrorpix