A Certain Gain

April 1965
Time;4/23/1965, Vol. 85 Issue 17, p46
The article discusses the report of mercenary commander lieutenant colonel Mike Hoare regarding the end of the war in northeast Congo. It notes that the Congolese rebels were contained by the mercenaries with the help of the local tribes who worked against them and helped capture the fleeing rebels. It adds that premier Moise Tshombe wanted the mercenaries to stay but they choose to allow the Premier to establish a sound political administration in the troubled regions of his nation.


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