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288+ pages of Henry Kyemba's intense account of Idi Amin's terrifying reign. Inlcuding 60+ pages of Black & White photos. For 6 years, Henry Kyemba was Idi Amin's principal private secretary and later Minister of Health in 1970's Uganda. If you want shivers sent up your spine, then this book should do the trick. The inside information and stories that Kyemba relays is quite appalling. And the insight we are provided into a clearly deranged individual's mind is startling to say the least. This book is definitely not recommended for the faint of heart. And while the description of activities and events are quite educational, the needless violence and suffering could overwhelm anyone. This story entails: (1) Entebbe and the truth about Dora Bloch's murder; (2) Kyemba's personal list of more than 100 ambassadors, ministers, doctors, and professors murdered by Amin's private assassination squads; (3) The Inside account of the murder of two American journalists; (4) The random killings of over 100,000 people; (5) Amin's women - his insatiable appetite; the dismembered body of wife Kay; the bizarre tale of 5 wives, more than 30 mistresses, and 34 children; (6) Amin's private visits to the morgue; the gruesome tastes he has personally described to Kyemba. Written in EXILE, under tight security, here is Henry Kyemba's inside story of IDI AMIN.
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Book Description Fountain, 1997. Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP18592875