19769 SIGNED, RAPH UWECHUE, Reflections on the Nigerian Civil War, First Edition


Signed and inscribed by the Author

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Raph Uwechue

Reflections on the Nigerian Civil War

22,5cm x 14,5cm

First Edition


Signed and inscribed by the Author
Published by O.I.T.H. International Publishers, London in 1969
Original Hard Binding with Dust Jacket
Pages 190
Raphaël Chukwu Uwechue (1935 – 2014), often abbreviated as Raph Uwechue, was a Nigerian minister, diplomat and publisher. He is a former president-general of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, an Igbo socio-cultural organization in Nigeria. From 1967 to 1967, during the Nigerian Civil War, he acted as Biafra’s representative in Paris. He was then made ambassador to Liberia and to United Nations Mission in Côte d’Ivoire. After leaving the foreign service in 1970, Uwechue became a publisher of books and magazines on Africa. He was founder and publisher of the renowned Know Africa books, a three-volume encyclopaedia comprising Africa Today, Africa Who’s Who and Makers of Modern Africa. He was also the publisher of the now-defunct African Today magazine.

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