Uganda:  50 Shillings (1985) (President Milton Obote, dam); 500 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, cattle); 1000 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, building); 5000 Shillings (1986) (Clock tower building).

Uganda: 50 Shillings (1985) (President Milton Obote, dam); 500 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, cattle); 1000 Shillings (1983) (President Milton Obote, building); 5000 Shillings (1986) (Clock tower building).

President Jomo Kenyatta with Uganda's Milton Obote in 1968.

President Jomo Kenyatta with Uganda's Milton Obote in

January 25,   1971: Uganda military coup  -   Maj. Gen. Idi Amin leads a coup to depose Milton Obote and become president of Uganda.

Today in History: January 25

Major General Idi Amin, driving his own jeep on his way to meet recently released prisoners of the overthrown Milton Obote, waved to a crowd of people, who are cheering Amin's overthrow of the dictator Obote.

A LOOK AT KENYA THROUGH THE YEARS – PictureBlog 1914 – 1990s | Travel Diaries Kenya

A LOOK AT KENYA THROUGH THE YEARS – PictureBlog 1914 – 1990s

Jomo Kenyatta, Kenyas first President – with Julius Nyerere of Tanzania and Milton Obote of Uganda

Machel e Milton Obote (presidente do Uganda).

Machel e Milton Obote (presidente do Uganda).

Los peores genocidas.Idi Amín Dada (Uganda).Derrocó el gobierno constitucional del presidente Milton Obote mediante un golpe de estado apoyado por Israel y posteriormente por Inglaterra y asumió de facto la jefatura de estado de Uganda.  Apoyado por el ejército, estableció un régimen de terror y una política genocida que llevó a la muerte a más de 300.000 ugandeses, principalmente de las etnias lango y acholis. Inició una guerra civil encubierta

One of the most cruel rulers ever, Idi Amin Dada was the military dictator and President of Uganda from 1971 to Amin joined the British colonial regiment, the King’s African Rifles

President of Uganda Idi Amin Dada (2nd-L) poses with some of the Organization of African Unity (OUA, from left) Syrian President Hafez al-Assad, Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Lybian leader Muammar Kadhafi in juin 1972 in Kampala during an OUA summit. Idi Amin's reign of terror lasted from 1971 when he seized power from Milton Obote, to 13 April 1979, when Tanzanian troops and exiled Ugandans stormed Kampala and removed him from power. The self-styled field marshal settled then in…

Syrian President Hafez Assad, left, poses with Ugandan President Idi Amin, Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in June 1972 in Kampala

AFRICA, KENYA - Dr. Milton Obote, President of Uganda during a meeting which was held for African Heads of State, in State House Nairobi.

Milton Obote, President of Uganda during a meeting which was held for African Heads of State, in State House Nairobi.

The first Prime Minister of Kenya and former Mau-Mau leader Jomo Kenyatta (right) greeting the Ugandan Prime Minister Milton Obote at a meeting in Nairobi.

The first Prime Minister of Kenya and former Mau-Mau leader Jomo Kenyatta (right) greeting the Ugandan Prime Minister Milton Obote at a meeting in Nairobi.

Prime Minister Milton Obote Uganda 1963

Prime Minister Milton Obote Uganda 1963

Milton Obote, pan-Africanist

Milton Obote, pan-Africanist

Press Photo Uganda Milton Obote/Zambia Pres Kenneth Kaunda In Kampala At Summit

Press Photo Uganda Milton Obote Zambia Pres Kenneth Kaunda In Kampala At Summit

Dr. Milton Obote (right) President of Uganda with his Principal Private Secretary Henry Kyemba (left) in January 1971.

Milton Obote (right) President of Uganda with his Principal Private Secretary Henry Kyemba (left) in January

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