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El conflicto del Chad

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        StatementCírculo Militar
        PublishersCírculo Militar
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        LC Classifications1988
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
        Number of Pages85
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        2Biblioteca del oficial (Círculo Militar (Buenos Aires, Argentina)).
        3Biblioteca del oficial. Serie de actualización militar

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On 22 March 1980, a minor incident, as in 1979, triggered the. 000 personas desplazadas en el Lago Chad", El conflicto del Chad Claude Jibidar, representante local del PMA. Jessup, An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Conflict, p.

En color verde, los territorios ocupados por durante el conflicto. Entre 200 y 300 rebeldes murieron, a los que se sumaron unos 700 civiles y soldados muertos incluidos los fallecidos en Massaguetotras 1. Las fuerzas rebeldes tomaron el sur y este de la ciudad pero al atacar el palacio presidencial fueron rechazados por los tanques, para el fueron expulsados de la ciudad. From that moment, Libyan maps represented the area as part of Libya.

Fatna Mahamoud derecha y su marido, Said Ibrahim, viven en Tchololo, una aldea del este del Chad G. This may have been due to Gaddafi's desire that the conflict be read as a Chadian internal affair. Gaddafi claimed the in northern Chad, referring to an unratified treaty signed in 1935 by and then the colonial powers of andrespectively. He also brought in considerable reinforcements in 1985, raising Libyan forces in the country to 7,000 troops, 300 tanks and 60 combat aircraft.

Chad y Libia por el Auzou, la Guerra de los Toyota

The GUNT forces made a last stand at80 kilometres 50 mi north of capital, but were defeated by the FAN on 5 June after a hard battle. After a year of inconclusive talks, the sides submitted the dispute to the ICJ in September 1990. When in March, at a new round of OAU-sponsored talks held in theGoukouni failed to appear, many suspected the hand of Libya. This led to a de facto division of the country, with Libya maintaining control of all the territory north of the Red Line.

Libya answered by threatening to impose an oil embargo, while France threatened to react if Libya attacked another bordering country. In 1972 his goals became, in the evaluation of historian Mario Azevedo, the creation of a in Libya's "underbelly", an modelled after histhat would maintain close ties with Libya, and secure his control over the Aouzou Strip; expulsion of the French from the region; and use of Chad as a base to expand his influence in Central Africa.

took full control of the with this attack afterbesieged since 22 June, surrendered on 4 July, while was El conflicto del Chad. Libyan activism began generating concerns in the strongest faction into which the FROLINAT had split, the CCFAN. What followed was thein which the Libyan forces were routed and expelled from Chad, putting an end to the conflict.

However, it had lost the key support of its Chadian allies, who had generally provided reconnaissance and acted as assault infantry. This deprived the Libyan forces of their habitual infantry, exactly when they found themselves confronting a mobile army, well provided now by theand with anti-tank and anti-air missiles, thus cancelling the Libyan superiority in firepower.