The Last King of Scotland - Part 1, Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 1, Chapter 12 Summary

It is Garrigan's second year in Uganda, and one night there is a lot of noise at the barracks, and an explosion. Waziri tells him the next morning that some soldiers from the north had killed all of the Langi and Acholi soldiers. He has seen scores of bodies being taken away in trucks to be dumped in the forest.

In June, two Americans disappear after asking questions about the soldiers and the killings. Garrigan does not see them, but Sara has spoke to one of them, who said he was a journalist. Garrigan and Sara spend the weekend in bed together, a new development.

Waziri tells him that the Americans argued with Major Mabuse, who was made a major by Idi Amin's government, and that they were bayoneted and buried by the road. Garrigan sees Major Mabuse in town the next day, driving a...

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