5 edition of History of the Nigerian Army, 1863-1992 found in the catalog.
History of the Nigerian Army, 1863-1992
Nigerian Army Education Corps and School.
|Statement||by Nigerian Army Education Corps and School (NAECS).|
|LC Classifications||UA861.3 .N52 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|ISBN 10||9782145009, 9782145122|
|LC Control Number||93139158|
However, officers and soldiers of the Nigerian Army (NA) cannot in any way achieve this without constantly reviewing history from books in conjunction with the present, to be able to effectively and efficiently perform their roles. The COAS new library contains physical materials as well as e-library for personnel of the NA. In the Nigerian Army Artillery, for instance, the smallest unit that can train in a group is a battery. Effectiveness in combat can only be achieved through regular training at this basic level.
Military career. Murtala Muhammed joined the Nigerian Army in He spent short training stints in Nigeria and Ghana and then was trained as an officer cadet at Sandhurst Royal Military Academy in England. After his training, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in and assigned to the Nigerian Army Signals that same year, later spending a short stint with the No. 3 Brigade Succeeded by: Olusegun Obasanjo. HISTORY OF THE NIGERIAN ARMY Founding of the Nigerian Army The history of the Nigerian Army dates to , when Lt Glover of the Royal Navy selected 18 indigenes from the Northern part of the country and organized them into a local force, known as the "Glover Hausas".
Law and Security in Nigeria: The Role of the Military 76 He states further, that the characteristics of military law includes the following: a. Criminalization of acts or omissions which ordinarily in civil life would at worst amount to near breaches of contract or moral obligation, b. Prevention in war time, acts or omissions, capable of. The History Of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria. K likes. The History of Nigeria is an online book serialization page is solely dedicated to the authentic history of the Federal Republic of Followers: K.
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The Nigerian armed forces, more than any other institution, has played a pivotal role in the nation's history and this book captures that role, through the medium of a historical excursion into the metamorphosis of the institution itself, from its humble origins as a collection of private militias, especially Glover's Hausas- a 'small band of runaway slaves and other miscreants', into a large modern Army.5/5(6).
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THE HISTORY OF THE NIGERIAN ARMY AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF NIGERIA, by MAJ Fredrick History of the Nigerian Army.
Dummar, pages. Ethnic and religious clashes have continued in Africa’s most densely populated nation. Nigeria is a nation of vast human Author: Fredrick C Dummar.
N.J. Miners, ‘The Nigerian Army –66,’ Methuen and Co. Ltd, London, ; Jimi Peters, 'The Nigerian Military and the State,'ISBN ; Nigerian Army Education Corps and School, History of the Nigerian Army –, Abuja, Commander-in-Chief: President Muhammadu Buhari.
History. The original elements of the Royal West African Frontier Force (RWAFF) in Nigeria were formed in During the Second World War, British-trained Nigerian troops saw action with the 1st (West Africa) Infantry Brigade, the 81st and the 82nd (West Africa) Divisions which fought in the East African Campaign (World War II) and in the Far East.
The roots of the ethnic cleavages which Commander-in-Chief: President Muhammadu Buhari. The Nigerian Army is an institution that has played a pivotal role in the affairs of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. For more than half of the 57 years since Independence, Nigeria was directly ruled by a Military Government, largely composed of army officers, and always headed by one.
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The Nigerian army traces its historical origins to three 19th century military formations. The first dates from the establishment in by Captain John Glover, of a small Hausa militia (dubbed.
A former general in the Nigerian army, defence attache to Zimbabwe and member of the Abacha caucus, chronicles the role played by the army in Nigerian history, from the first military coup in to Obasanjo's accession to power in He describes his own experiences in the army at home and abroad, including a section on his personal interactions with Abacha and the caucus.
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Nigeria as a colony. Independent Nigeria. The Second Republic. Military regimes, – Return to civilian rule.
The elections. Nigeria under Olusegun Obasanjo. Domestic unrest and insecurity. Bakassi Peninsula dispute. Controversies surrounding the presidential election. Nigeria under Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and Goodluck Jonathan. History Military history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nigerian Army Education Corps and School.
History of the Nigerian Army. Abuja, Nigeria: Headquarters, Nigerian Army, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nigerian Army Education Corps and School. ISBN: X. Boko Haram is the major threat to the Nigerian state, and has emerged as a destabilizing factor across sub-Saharan Africa.
This is now a major focus of global policy-making, as between and insurgency-related deaths in Nigeria exceeded those in Iraq and Afghanistan. This book is the first to focus on the military nature of Boko Haram, the reasons for its success in those specific.
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History of the Nigerian Army Founding of the Nigerian Army The history of the Nigerian Army dates towhen Lt Glover of the Royal Navy selected 18 indigenes from the Northern part of the country and organized them into a local force, known as the "Glover Hausas".Author: Afolabi Micheal.