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The Siege At Jadotville

An award winning radio documentary that examines an incident during the UN operation of 1961 in the Congo, Africa. This documentary looks at the circumstances leading up to the incident: the confusion surrounding the role of the UN force and the failure to learn the lessons of the incident. (2004)

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