Uganda: Fire and Blood.


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xiii, 162pp. Owner inscription title page; heavy page browning

An archbishop has a mysteriously fatal car accident; fleeing refugees tell of mass murders; the president initially refuses to allow Americans to leave his country. Uganda is a continuing drama of fire and blood. The author traces the history and trauma of Ugaanda, showing that it is no stranger to violence. Focusing on the blood-drenched years of 1885-89, the story closely follows the last days of two young page-boys from the court of King Mwanga - a cruel and arbitrary ruler not unlike Amin. Chained together, Mubi, aan Anglican, and Kzito, a Catholic, shared their mutual faith, going with cheerfulness and fortitude to martyrdom by fire. (Publisher)

Title: Uganda: Fire and Blood.


Categories: Other,

Publisher: Plainfield, New Jersey:, Logos International,: 1977.

ISBN Number: 0882702378

ISBN Number 13: 9780882702377

Binding: Softbound

Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 105380