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The emergence of the Angolan liberation movements

The first liberation movements in Angola did not emerge among the indigenous population, but started among the Portuguese colonists, just as colonists from the North-, Central-, and South-Americas started resistance against the motherland. Such tendencies in Angola can be traced as far back as the 18th century. With the independence of Brazil in 1822, a country Angolans have always related to, a movement started in favour of the forming of a federation with Brazil, called Confederaçào Brazilica.

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