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London Page vi SCARECROW PRESS, INC. Published in the United States of America by Scarecrow Press, Inc. 4720 Boston Way Lanham, Maryland 20706 4 Pleydell Gardens, Folkestone Kent CT20 2DN, England Copyright © 1996 by Samuel Decalo British Cataloguing-in-Publication Information Available Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Decalo, Samuel. Historical dictionary of Togo / by Samuel Decalo.  TogoBibliography.  Series. 481984. Manufactured in the United States of America. Page vii The author wishes to acknowledge the generous financial support of the University Research Committee of the University of Natal, without which this third edition could not have been completed.

Kent Rasmussen. 1979. Out of print. See No. 46. 19. Zambia, by John J. Grotpeter. 1979. 20. , by Samuel Decalo. 1989. 21. , by Max Liniger-Goumaz. 1988. 22. , by Richard Lobban and Joshua Forrest. 1988. 23. Senegal, by Lucie G. Colvin. 1981. Out of print. See No. 65. 24. Morocco, by William Spencer. 1980. 25. Malawi, by Cynthia A. Crosby. 1980. Out of print. See No. 54. 26. Angola, by Phyllis Martin. 1980. Out of print. See No. 52. 27. The Central African Republic, by Pierre Kalck. 1980. Out of print.

13, 1967 Coup d'état of General Eyadema Jan. -Nov. 1969 Erection of the Rassemblement du Peuple Togolais Aug. 8, 1970 Attempted coup sponsored by self-exiled leader Nöe Kutuklui Aug. 1971 RPT abolishes position of Secretary General in favor of a collegiate Political Bureau Jan. 9, 1972 National Referendum on the continued leadership of General Eyadema Page xxiv April 26-28, 1972 OCAM Summit meeting in Lomé Jan. 24, 1974 General Eyadema's plane crashes near Lama Kara. Shortly after, the nationalization of COTOMIB is announced.

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