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Independence Movements in Angola

Title
Independence Movements in Angola / Kyler Murria Castro and Jeremy Quezada.
Published
[New York, NY] : the Calhoun School, 2013?
Description
10 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Contents
Why did these movements start?
What tnesions or conflicts led to independence?
What form did the indepence movements take?
What kind of government eas established post-independence?
Agostinho Neto
What groups of people came into pwoer in the new states
How as their independence greeted by the larger world?
Summary
Kyler and Jeremey provide an explanation of the historical events leading up to the 1961 rebellion in Angolaincluding photographs and a bibliography. The zine was made for a history class at the Calhoun School in Manhattan.
Notes
Gift of the Calhoun School, donated at the Feminist Zine Fest at Barnard College in 2014.
Cover from title.
Includes bibliographical references.
Language
English
Format
Book Book
Acquired On
June 11, 2014
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