5 FEBRUARY

BRITAIN RECOGNIZES IDI AMIN FOLLOWING COUP IN UGANDA

On 5th February 1971, on the day of Major General Idi Amin’s swearing in as president, following a military coup twelve days earlier, Britain was one of the first countries in the world to formally recognize his new government.

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