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ANGOLA AND MOZAMBIQUE The European bid for African territories in the last
quarter of the 19th century was accompanied by a reawakening of Portuguese
colonial ambitions. Throughout much of the 19th century the Portuguese in
Nationalist movements in Angola Dispute between South Africa and the UN The
scarcity of. rural-urban divisions. During the period of the transference of power,
Lozi separatism was a serious problem, and in 1964 open warfare broke out ...
In Angola the transitional period found the three main liberation movements —
the mpla in the centre, the fnla in the north, and unita in the south — vying for
control. Their rivalries were greatly exacerbated by the involvement of the great ...
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