History UsefulNotes / IdiAmin

25th May '16 6:36:03 AM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for Amin however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country Tanzania, UsefulNotes/{{Tanzania}}, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for Amin however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
25th May '16 6:34:15 AM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him Amin however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 7:29:42 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, country Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him however, Uganda's military was mostly trained to execute its own civilians; they were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 7:03:36 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, him however, Uganda's military was only mostly trained to execute its own civilians, thus civilians; they had no clue how were ill-prepared to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 12:40:37 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled his regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. The Tanzanians toppled his Idi Amin's regime and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 12:35:34 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's The Tanzanians toppled his regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 12:09:30 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution [[EpicFail invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 12:02:34 PM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute its own civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 11:57:15 AM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania , starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania , Tanzania, starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
24th May '16 11:56:34 AM waqob
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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops to invade the Kagera region of Tanzania (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]), starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.

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On 30th October, 1978, Idi Amin sent troops to invade the Kagera region of Tanzania (With extra military backup from [[UsefulNotes/MuammarGaddafi Muammar Gaddafi]]), Gaddafi]]) to invade the Kagera region of neighboring country, Tanzania , starting the Uganda-Tanzania War. Unfortunately for him, Uganda's military was only trained to execute civilians, thus they had no clue how to fight a war against another country. As a result, Tanzania defeated Uganda's invasion ''very'' easily, and in turn, ''they'' [[DisproportionateRetribution invaded Uganda]]. Idi Amin's regime demised and he fled to Libya and Saudi Arabia, where he lived in exile until his death on August 16, 2003.
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