• Barry Turner
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


The Portuguese were dominant from the late 19th century. Angola remained a Portuguese colony until 11 June 1951, when it became an Overseas Province of Portugal.


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Further Reading

  1. Anstee, M. J., Orphan of the Cold War: the Inside Story of the Collapse of the Angolan Peace Process, 1992–93. 1996CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Brittain, Victoria, Death of Dignity: Angola’s Civil War. 1999Google Scholar
  3. Guimarães, Fernando Andersen, Te Origins of the Angolan Civil War: Foreign Intervention and Domestic Political Conflict. 2001Google Scholar
  4. Hodges, Tony, Angola: Anatomy of an Oil State. 2004Google Scholar
  5. James, W.M., Political History of the War in Angola. 1991Google Scholar
  6. Roque, F., Económia de Angola. 1991Google Scholar
  7. National Statistical Office: Instituto Nacional de Estatística, Luanda.Google Scholar

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