NDF Rebellion
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NDF Rebellion
Part of the Arab Cold War

CIA map of the NDF area of operations in May 1982
Date1978 – 1982
(4 years)
LocationNorth Yemen
ResultGovernment victory
Belligerents
 North Yemen
Islamic Front
Supported by:
 Saudi Arabia
 Republic of China
 United States
NDF
Supported by:
 South Yemen
 Libya
 Soviet Union
Commanders and leaders
Ali Abdullah Saleh
Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar
Yahya Shami
Sultan Ahmad Umar [ar]
Abdul Fattah Ismail
Strength
15,000
Internal conflicts
in modern Yemen
The NDF Rebellion was an uprising in the Yemen Arab Republic by the National Democratic Front, under Yahya Shami,[2] between 1978 and 1982.[3]
Contents
1History
1.11978 start
1.2May 1982
2See also
3References
History​[​edit​]
1978 start​[​edit​]
The rebellion began in 1978, following the death of Ahmad al-Ghashmi and the rise to power of Ali Abdullah Saleh.[3] The NDF was supported in its rebellion by the PDRY[3] and Libya.[2] The NDF enjoyed various successes throughout the war, although it was weakened by the peace treaty between North and South Yemen following the 1979 border war.[3]
There were several attempts at ceasefires between the government and the NDF. Kuwait managed to facilitate the signing of a ceasefire between the government and the NDF on 26 November 1981, although hostilities re-erupted in December 1981.[2] Later, the Palestinian Liberation Organization was able to mediate a ceasefire agreement on 3 April 1982, however hostilities began again later the same April, with the NDF capturing Juban. Government forces in turn attacked NDF positions in Juban in May 1982.
May 1982​[​edit​]
PDRY support for the NDF diminished under the Presidency of the less overtly militant Ali Nasir Muhammad​,​[3] and PDRY support for the NDF finally ended in May 1982.​[2]​Dhamar​, a major NDF stronghold, sustained major damage during the 1982 North Yemen earthquake​.​[4] The NDF was eventually defeated by a rejuvenated YAR Army in conjunction with the pro-government Islamic Front, allowing the YAR government to finally establish control over the North-South border region.[3]
See also​[​edit​]
List of wars involving Yemen
References​[​edit​]
  1. ^ Foreign Policy in Focus, Yemen, the United States, and Al-Qaida. December 19, 2001, retrieved Sept. 19, 2009 Archived July 26, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b c d 10. Kingdom of Yemen/Yemen Arab Republic/North Yemen (1918-1990) - University of Central Arkansas
  3. ^ a b c d e f Burrowes, Robert D. (2010). Historical Dictionary of Yemen. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 252.
  4. ^ "Earthquake Toll in Yemen Area Is Put at 1,082". The New York Times. Associated Press. 15 December 1982. ISSN 0362-4331​. Retrieved 30 November 2019.
1910s
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1930s
1940s
1950s
1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
This list includes World War I and later conflicts (after 1914) of at least 100 fatalities each
Prolonged conflicts are listed in the decade when initiated; ongoing conflicts are marked italic, and conflicts with +100,000 killed with bold.
1940s
Morgenthau PlanHukbalahap RebellionJamaican political conflict​Dekemvriana​Percentages agreementYalta ConferenceGuerrilla war in the Baltic states Operation PriboiOperation JungleOccupation of the Baltic statesCursed soldiersOperation UnthinkableOperation DownfallPotsdam ConferenceGouzenko AffairDivision of KoreaOperation MasterdomOperation BeleaguerOperation Blacklist FortyIran crisis of 1946Greek Civil WarBaruch PlanCorfu Channel incidentTurkish Straits crisisRestatement of Policy on GermanyFirst Indochina WarTruman DoctrineAsian Relations ConferenceMay 1947 crisesMarshall PlanComecon1948 Czechoslovak coup d'étatAl-Wathbah uprising1947–1949 Palestine war1947–1948 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine1948 Arab–Israeli War1948 Palestinian exodusTito–Stalin splitBerlin BlockadeWestern betrayalIron CurtainEastern BlocWestern BlocChinese Civil WarMalayan EmergencyMarch 1949 Syrian coup d'étatAlbanian Subversion
1950s
1960s
Congo CrisisSimba rebellion1960 U-2 incidentBay of Pigs Invasion1960 Turkish coup d'étatSoviet–Albanian splitIraqi–Kurdish conflict First Iraqi–Kurdish WarBerlin Crisis of 1961Berlin WallPapua conflictSand WarPortuguese Colonial WarAngolan War of IndependenceGuinea-Bissau War of IndependenceMozambican War of IndependenceCuban Missile CrisisEl PorteñazoSino-Indian WarCommunist insurgency in SarawakRamadan RevolutionEritrean War of IndependenceNorth Yemen Civil War1963 Syrian coup d'étatAssassination of John F. KennedyAden EmergencyCyprus crisis of 1963–64Vietnam WarShifta WarMexican Dirty War Tlatelolco massacreGuatemalan Civil WarColombian conflict1964 Brazilian coup d'étatDominican Civil WarRhodesian Bush WarSouth African Border WarTransition to the New Order (Indonesia)Domino theoryASEAN DeclarationLaotian Civil War1966 Syrian coup d'étatArgentine RevolutionKorean DMZ ConflictGreek military junta of 1967–1974Years of Lead (Italy)USS Pueblo incidentSix-Day WarWar of AttritionDhofar RebellionAl-Wadiah WarNigerian Civil WarProtests of 1968 May 68Cultural RevolutionPrague Spring1968 Polish political crisisCommunist insurgency in MalaysiaWarsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia17 July Revolution1969 Libyan coup d'étatFootball WarGoulash CommunismSino-Soviet border conflictCommunist rebellion in the PhilippinesCorrective Move
1970s
Détente​Nuclear Non-Proliferation TreatyBlack September​Alcora Exercise​Corrective Movement (Syria)​Western Sahara conflict​Cambodian Civil WarVietnam WarKoza riot​Realpolitik​Ping-pong diplomacy​1971 JVP insurrection​Corrective Revolution (Egypt)1971 Turkish military memorandum​1971 Sudanese coup d'étatFour Power Agreement on Berlin​Bangladesh Liberation War1972 Nixon visit to ChinaNorth Yemen-South Yemen Border conflict of 1972​Yemenite War of 1972Munich massacre​Communist insurgency in Bangladesh​Eritrean Civil Wars1973 Uruguayan coup d'état1973 Afghan coup d'état1973 Chilean coup d'étatYom Kippur War1973 oil crisis​Carnation Revolution​Spanish transition to democracy​Metapolitefsi​Strategic Arms Limitation TalksSecond Iraqi–Kurdish WarTurkish invasion of Cyprus​Angolan Civil War​Mozambican Civil WarOromo conflict​Ogaden War1978 Somali coup d'état attempt​Western Sahara War​Ethiopian Civil War​Lebanese Civil War​Sino-Albanian split​Cambodian–Vietnamese War​Operation CondorDirty War (Argentina)​1976 Argentine coup d'état​Libyan–Egyptian WarGerman Autumn​Korean Air Lines Flight 902​Nicaraguan Revolution​Uganda–Tanzania WarNDF Rebellion​Chadian–Libyan conflict​Yemenite War of 1979Grand Mosque seizure​Iranian Revolution​Saur Revolution​Sino-Vietnamese WarNew Jewel Movement​1979 Herat uprising​Seven Days to the River Rhine​Struggle against political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union
1980s
Salvadoran Civil WarSoviet–Afghan War1980 and 1984 Summer Olympics boycottsGera DemandsPeruvian conflictEritrean Civil Wars1980 Turkish coup d'étatUgandan Bush WarGulf of Sidra incidentCasamance conflictFalklands War1982 Ethiopian–Somali Border WarNdogboyosoi WarUnited States invasion of GrenadaAble Archer 83Star WarsIran–Iraq WarSomali Rebellion1986 Black Sea incidentSouth Yemen Civil WarToyota War1987 Lieyu massacre1987–1989 JVP insurrectionLord's Resistance Army insurgency1988 Black Sea bumping incident8888 UprisingSolidarity (Soviet reaction)ContrasCentral American crisisRYANKorean Air Lines Flight 007People Power Revolution​Glasnost​Perestroika​First Nagorno-Karabakh WarAfghan Civil WarUnited States invasion of Panama1988 Polish strikes1989 Tiananmen Square protestsRevolutions of 1989Fall of the Berlin WallFall of the inner German borderVelvet RevolutionRomanian RevolutionPeaceful Revolution
1990s
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Espionage and
intelligence
See also
Categories: 1978 in YemenArab nationalist rebellionsConflicts in 1978Conflicts in 1979Conflicts in 1980Conflicts in 1981Conflicts in 1982Wars involving YemenSouth YemenProxy wars
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