The death of dignity : Angola's civil war /
Victoria Brittain.
London ; Chicago : Pluto Press, 1998.
xvii, 108 p.
0745312527 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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London ; Chicago : Pluto Press, 1998.
0745312527 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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'Tells the miserable story of a revolution destroyed, analysing the moves of the mighty and speaking up for the millions who have suffered as a result.' Guardian*BR**BR*'Few journalists know Angola better than Victoria Brittain. This is an excellent and timely account of a conflict for which we in the West share much of the blame.' Jon Snow
Table of Contents
A note on sources
Preface: Men who made a revolution, and watched it taken from them
Birth of Africa's Brightest Hope 1975-76p. 1
The Remaking of Unita 1976-85p. 10
A War of Ideology 1985-87p. 20
Havana's Last Stand 1987-89p. 34
Losing the Peace 1991-92p. 44
Another Somalia...the War of the Cities 1992-94p. 58
The State Destroyed 1995-96p. 80
Epilogue: The Kabila Factor 1997p. 96
Charactersp. 101
Bibliographyp. 103
Indexp. 104
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