The Foreign Policy of the GDR in Africa

@article{Schulz1990TheFP,
  title={The Foreign Policy of the GDR in Africa},
  author={Brigitte H. Schulz and Gareth M. Winrow},
  journal={Canadian Journal of African Studies},
  year={1990},
  volume={27},
  pages={159}
}
List of tables Preface Abbreviations 1. Introduction 2. The development of GDR relations with Africa in the pre-recognition period 3. The GDR in Africa in the 1970s 4. East German military/security involvement in Africa 5. East German economic relations with Africa 6. The GDR in Africa in the 1980s 7. Conclusion Notes Select bibliography Index. 
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