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Angola

  • John Paxton
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The first Europeans to arrive in Angola were the Portuguese in 1482, and the first settlers arrived there in 1491. Luanda was founded in 1575. Apart from a brief period of Dutch occupation from 1641 to 1648, Angola remained a Portuguese colony until 11 June 1951, when it became an Overseas Province of Portugal. On 11 Nov. 1975 Angola became fully independent as the People’s Republic of Angola.

República Popular de Angola

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Further Reading

  1. Anuário Estatistico de Angola. Luanda, from 1897Google Scholar
  2. Araújo, A. Correia de, Aspectos do desenvolvimento económico e social de Angola. Lisbon, 1964Google Scholar
  3. Bender, G. J., Angola under the Portuguese: Myth and Reality. London, 1979Google Scholar
  4. Bhagavan, M. R., Angola’s Political Economy 1975–1985. Uppsala, 1986Google Scholar
  5. Davidson, B., In the Eye of the Storm. London, 1972Google Scholar
  6. Klinghoffer, A.J., The Angolan War. Boulder, 1980Google Scholar
  7. Marcrum, J., The Angolan Revolution. (2 vols.) MIT Press, 1969 and 1978Google Scholar
  8. Pélissier, R., Les guerres grises. Montamets, 1980.—La Colonie du Minotaure. Montamets, 1980.—Le naufrage des coravelles. Montamets, 1980Google Scholar
  9. Somerville, K., Angola: Politics, Economics and Society. London and Boulder, 1986Google Scholar
  10. Wheeler, D. L. and Pélissier, R., Angola. London, 1971Google Scholar
  11. Zirka, A. K., Angola Libre? Paris, 1975Google Scholar

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1989

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  • John Paxton

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