The Siege at Jadotville: The Irish Army’s Forgotten Battle is a non-fiction book written by Declan Power and about the story of the Siege of Jadotville, a conflict involving Irish Army UN Peacekeepers and Katangese forces during the Congo Crisis in September 1961. The story inspired the new Netflix film The Siege of Jadotville.
The font used for the book title on the cover is Prohibition, a vintage sans serif typeface designed by Mattox Shuler and it takes cues from classic war and workforce posters to industrial factories. Prohibition is available in four styles, Regular, Rounded, Rough and Lines, each with an oblique version.
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