5 edition of teenager in the Chad Civil War found in the catalog.
teenager in the Chad Civil War
|Genre||Personal narratives, Chadian.|
|LC Classifications||DT546.48 .T65 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||2006044941|
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InHissene Habre wrested power from Chad's UN-recognized government, igniting a vicious civil war. Thousands of innocent citizens were kidnapped, tortured and killed to quash political unrest. Covering tothis memoir tells the story of Esaie Toingar, a native of southern Chad and miraculous survivor of Chad's darkest days, many of which came 3/5(1).
A Teenager in the Chad Civil War: A Memoir of Survival, Chad, which theoretically gained its independence from France inis one of many African countries that have been fighting a series of particularly brutal wars, internal and external/5. Covering tothis memoir tells the story of Ésaïe Toïngar, a native of southern Chad and miraculous survivor of Chad’s darkest days, many of which came during different Septembers.
This work contains Toïngar’s first-hand description of growing up, coming of age and waging the ultimate struggle for survival in the war-torn country. A Teenager in the Chad Civil War by Esaie Toingar,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
A Teenager in the Chad Civil War: Esaie Toingar /5(12). Esaie Toingar is the author of A Teenager in the Chad Civil War ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 3 reviews, published ) and Blessed to Be Here ( avg Home My Books/5.
Chad: A Teenager in the Chad Civil War To avoid being killed during Chad’s civil war, fourteen-year-old Ésaïe Toïngar leaves his village to join a group of rebel soldiers.
He’d much rather be continuing his schoolwork, and worries constantly about possibility of .