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Author: Ada A. Mere,Dan S. Obikeze
ISBN: 9782299065
Language: English
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: University of Nigeria Press (December 1985)
Rating: 4.7
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By Dan S. Obikeze, and Ada A. Mere. Tags: civil war,displaced children,rehabilitation programme.

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The Nigerian Civil War (also known as the Biafran War and the Nigerian-Biafran War) was a civil war in Nigeria fought between the government of Nigeria and the secessionist state of Biafra from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970. Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Biafran people, whose leadership felt they could no longer coexist with the Northern-dominated federal government.

The Nigerian civil war, also known as the Biafran war which started on the 6th of July 1967 and ended on 15th of January 1970, was a war fought by Nigeria against Biafra to counter the secession of Biafra from the Republic of Nigeria

The Nigerian civil war, also known as the Biafran war which started on the 6th of July 1967 and ended on 15th of January 1970, was a war fought by Nigeria against Biafra to counter the secession of Biafra from the Republic of Nigeria. The Igbos felt they could no longer relate smoothly with the northern dominated federal government and saw secession as the only way to survive or avoid extinction. The Immediate Causes of the Nigerian Civil War are: The first military coup of Ja. 15 1966 led by Major Kaduna Nzeogwu, was seen as an Igbo coup.

The present study examined the factor structure and construct validity of the Children’s Loneliness Scale (CLS), a popular measure of childhood loneliness, in Belgian children.

The offensive against Japan began on August 9, exactly three months after Germany's defeat, as Stalin had promised at the Yalta Conference in February 1945. The present study examined the factor structure and construct validity of the Children’s Loneliness Scale (CLS), a popular measure of childhood loneliness, in Belgian children. Analyses were conducted on two samples of fifth and sixth graders in Belgium, for a total of 1,069 children. A single-factor structure proved superior to alternative solutions proposed in the literature, when taking item.

A book of 35 diaries written by Soviet children in 1941-1945, the years of the Great Patriotic War, has been .

A book of 35 diaries written by Soviet children in 1941-1945, the years of the Great Patriotic War, has been translated into English. It contains written testimonies of the horrors of fighting with Nazis documented with a child’s sincerity. Featuring memories and impressions of youngsters who lived through some of the most traumatic episodes in world's history, the book, titled, "Children of War," includes diaries written by children during the 1941-44 siege of Leningrad, in Nazi concentration camps, as well as those written while living in occupied territories and on the frontline.

Born seven years after the Nigerian Civil War (1967-1970), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie comes from a family .

Born seven years after the Nigerian Civil War (1967-1970), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie comes from a family that experienced the conflict first hand. Born seven years after the Nigerian Civil War (1967-1970), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie comes from a family that experienced the conflict first hand. divided the country; fears over children's health as food scarcity hit the eastern region; daily bombardments and the ominous presence of death, its inevitability and horror; a life reduced to an hour by hour survival, without any future in sight.

Children on the sidelines of a war zone face trauma as well. War-exposed children often imitate the violence they have seen while playing games and solve personal conflicts with aggression. Many children are orphaned or lose at least one parent when displaced. Bayer’s study of former child combatants in Uganda and the Congo shows that the average PTSD rate among those who had been abducted into groups like the Lord’s Resistance Army was 33 percent, compared to kids who had never been abducted at just over eight percent.

The Nigerian Civil War, commonly known as the Biafran War (6 July 1967 – 15 January 1970), was a war fought . In mid-1968, images of malnourished and starving Biafran children saturated the mass media of Western countries.

The Nigerian Civil War, commonly known as the Biafran War (6 July 1967 – 15 January 1970), was a war fought between the government of Nigeria and the secessionist state of Biafra. Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Igbo people, whose leadership felt they could no longer coexist with the Northern-dominated federal government. The plight of the starving Biafrans became a cause célèbre in foreign countries, enabling a significant rise in the funding and prominence of international non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Not all Soviet children lived through the war in the same way; but in the circumstances of a child in occupied Belarus or in the Leningrad blockade, a young deportee in Siberia or evacuee in Uzbekistan, deGraffenried finds common threads that distinguish the child's experience of wa. .

Not all Soviet children lived through the war in the same way; but in the circumstances of a child in occupied Belarus or in the Leningrad blockade, a young deportee in Siberia or evacuee in Uzbekistan, deGraffenried finds common threads that distinguish the child's experience of war from the adult's.

International Justice & Rehabilitation in Post-War Sierra Leone. The country plunged into civil war which lasted throughout most of the 1990s. Child Soldiers Child Soldiers The recruitment of children for warfare as soldiers is a deep rooted issue in the world today. soldiers who fought in various forms in the country's civil war which lasted for most of the last decade. It has been estimated that three hundred thousand children below the age of eighteen years work as soldiers in areas of fighting in around thirty three countries across the globe.