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’s work on the Baganda and East Africa more broadly. 22 In addition, there has recently been an expansion in the understanding of the role of gender within the context of political violence, military service, and warfare in Africa. While some of these works take a more individual approach, such as

In: Journal of African Military History

negotiate. Stremlau has documented Biafra’s early overtures to East African leaders, and the sympathetic responses by President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania and Zambia’s Kenneth Kaunda. 37 The FMG countered by emphasizing that “secession was a purely internal matter, and that if any initiative were to

In: Journal of African Military History