Operation Cold Chop


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Operation Cold Chop is good historical material stating what led up to the first coup d’état in Ghana. It provides a vivid account of the military take-over and the immediate occurrences after that. It is a well-researched historical piece describing the situation in Ghana under the reign of the first President. The author states historical facts without political comment. The interweaving of the various perspectives makes reading very interesting. It certainly will please students of history especially.

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Weight 0.4 kg
First Published

1969; this Edition published 2010

Peter Barker

Peter Baker, born in England in 1928, started reading the Bible daily from the day in 1946 when he was called up for national service in the British Army, and after two years he gave his life to Christ. He became a sergeant in the Swahili-speaking unit serving in British Somaliland. Back in the UK, he studied History and Theology at Oxford, then worked for 30 years in Ghana in various fields including teaching, magazine and book publishing, and as a Presbyterian Minister.

He founded Asempa Publishers for the Christian Council of Ghana.

He currently lives at Cheam in England.

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