How France Burnt Buildings And Medicine When Guinea Demanded Independence In 1958

How France Burnt Buildings And Medicine When Guinea Demanded Independence In 1958

In September 1958, the electorate in the French overseas territory of Guinea, West Africa, rejected the constitution that established the Fifth Republic in France. This united front was led by a Labor Union leader called Ahmed Sekou Toure. The referendum on the constitution did not only seek the foundation of a new republic, it was … Read more