To move a continent : Kwame Nkrumah's role in African affairs, 1957-1966
Ghana under Kwame Nkrumah played a part in African affairs that was disproportionate to its diminutive size and strength. Thus, Accra became a Mecca for Pan-Africanists and revolutionaries; almost the entire Ghanaian Army served in the Congo; the public treasury was raided so that loans could be made to impoverished friends like Guinea and Mali; and Nkrumah's own voice echoed through the conference-halls of the continent. Ghana's foreign policy during these years baffled those who...[Show more]
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