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  • Amii Omara-Otunnu
Part of the St Antony’s book series

Abstract

The Ugandan army to 1985 has remained largely rooted in the traditions of the colonial army. This is evident in its structure and ranking system. Gutteridge has aptly epitomised the traditions continued from British colonial days as ‘a Commonwealth military culture’ (Gutteridge, 1970b). But although the organisation of the armed forces is in the mould of its colonial predecessor, the outlook of the men who fill its ranks continues to be affected by the traditional values of the cultures to which they belong.

Keywords

Political Force British Colonial Military Coup Civilian Regime Civilian Authority 
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© Amii Omara-Otunnu 1987

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