Stevenson, William,: 90 Minutes at Entebbe
Book Number: 0121086
Bantam Books, New York, 1976. Softcover. Good Condition/. Illustrator: Photographic. First Edition. introduction by author, A Personal Note, United Nations Security Council Debate and transcript of three telephone conversations between Colonel Baruch Bar-Lev and President Idi Amin. Between pages 104 and 105 there are 16 pages of black-and-white photography. Photographic paperback binding with black coloured titles to the front panel and back strip. On Sunday, 4th July, 1976, a small band of Israeli commandos stormed the airfield at Entebbe, Uganda, and rescued 103 passengers from an Air France liner that had been hijacked on its way to Israel and diverted to the African state.The then president of Uganda, Idi Amin, then bargained for the passengers lives. 90 minutes after arriving the commandos and the hostages were gone.This book tells of the rescue, and its consequences. Creasing to the book corners with a reading creases to the back strip. Browning of the text block edges and pages. First softcover edition. Size: 12mo (standard paperback). 216 pages,. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Illustrator: Photographic. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Military & Warfare; Aviation Disaster / Hijack; Uganda; Politics & Government. ISBN: 0553104829. ISBN/EAN: 9780553104820. Inventory No: 0121086.