origins of the Angolan civil war

foreign intervention and domestic political conflict by Fernando Andresen GuimaraМѓes

Publisher: St. Martin"s Press in New York, N.Y

Written in English
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  • Angola

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  • Angola -- History -- Civil War, 1975- -- Causes.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-244) and index.

StatementFernando Andresen Guimarães.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT1428 .G85 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 250 p. :
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL664099M
ISBN 100312175124
LC Control Number97009652

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The Angolan Civil War, beginning at the time of the country’s independence from Portugal inwas a year struggle involving the deaths of oversoldiers and civilians. Initiated at the height of the Cold War, pro- and anti-communist forces in Angola set the stage for a proxy fight between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).

Costas Georgiou (Greek: Κώστας Γιώργιου, also Anglicized as Kostas Giorgiou; alias "Colonel Callan") ( – 10 July ) was an ethnic Greek Cypriot, British mercenary executed in Angola following the Luanda Trial for activities during the civil war phase of the Angolan War of Independence.

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The war erupts once Angola becomes independent of Portugal, being the last African colony to achieve its independence, starting within its territories a violent struggle for power. The Angolan civil war was the product of personal jealousies, contrasting ideologies, and ethnic animosities.

From its inception, the conflict between UNITA and Angola's Marxist government was an international affair involving the U. S., the USSR, China, and many African states: W.

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The formative influence of colonialism and anti-colonialism on the emergence of Angolan rivalry since is described, and the externalization of that.

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Angola - Angola - Independence and civil war: The three liberation movements proved unable to constitute a united front after the Portuguese coup. The FNLA’s internal support had dwindled to a few Kongo groups, but it had strong links with the regime in Zaire and was well armed; it thus made a bid to seize Luanda by force.

The MPLA, with growing backing from the Portuguese Communist Party. Conflicts quickly arose and the MPLA, with Cuban and Soviet assistance, drove its rivals from the capital, instigating a civil war, which continues into three periods (,and ).

This volume covers the first period, focusing on the political history of. The Angolan War of Independence (–) began as an uprising against forced cotton cultivation, and became a multi-faction struggle for the control of Portugal's Overseas Province of Angola among three nationalist movements and a separatist movement.

The war ended when a leftist military coup in Lisbon in April overthrew Portugal's Estado Novo regime, and the new regime immediately. A Political History of the Civil War in Angola, (The East-South Relations Series) [James III, W.

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Angolan Civil War. The Angolan Civil War started as a civil war within Angola, then became a proxy war and then after the end of the cold war became just a civil war again.

The conflict lasted from until with only a few brief periods of peace and relative stability. Over the decades of war more thanpeople were killed. The Angola Crisis – After a successful military coup in Portugal that toppled a long-standing authoritarian regime on Apthe new rulers in Lisbon sought to divest the country of its costly colonial empire.

The impending independence of one of those colonies, Angola, led to the Angolan civil war that grew into a Cold War competition. Angola enjoys peace after decades of civil war (), but what were the real root causes of the Angolan civil conflict, and what role did the Americans play.

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