The Biafra Story by Frederick ForsythThe Nigerian civil war of the late 1960s was one of the first occasions when Western consciences were awakened and deeply affronted by the level of the suffering and the scale of the atrocity being played out in the African Continent.
This book which marked Frederick Forsyths transition from journalist to author is a record of one of the most brutal conflicts the Third World has ever suffered, it has become a classic of modern war reporting. But it is more than that. It voices one mans outrage not only at the extremes of human violence, but also at the duplicity and self-interest of the Western Governments - most notably, the British, who tacitly accepted or actively aided that violence.
The combination of the dramatic events and the shocking exposures combined with the authors forthright and perceptive style makes The Biafra Story as compelling a read today as when it was first written.
Dog and Bone
Dog & the Bone
This is a super fun strategy game where, you've got to get your dog to his bone before your opponent does. - Your rating: None. No votes yet.
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At a birthday party, if you're planning a lot of outdoor activities, this is a good thing to have in the corner of your mind in case of bad weather! Doggy, Doggy, where's your bone? Somebody stole it from your home. Guess who! Maybe you Maybe the monkeys from the zoo.
October 22, Doggy, doggy, where's your bone is a fun kids party game that will engage and entertain kids of all ages. You can play indoors or outdoors, as a family or with friends. This kids activity is a winner every time. While the dog is turned backward with his or her eyes closed blindfold is optional someone quietly steals the bone and hides it - usually they just sit on it or hide it in their cupped hands. Usually, all of the children will try to look "guilty" by sheltering their laps or holding their hands together as if they have the bone.