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Reaction of the MPLA

Operation SavannahThe MPLA enjoyed more prominence in foreign countries, especially the socialistic states and also in Portugal. Next to a description of “racist, disorganised and brutal”, a spokesman for the commander in chief of the Portuguese Army in Angola, Martins e Silva, described the MPLA also as “a well organised, realistic and progressive movement with a level-headed leader who had good background and political experience.” (SADF Archives)

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