Angola in Revolt

by Malcolm McVeigh, American Committee on Africa,
New York, New York
Undated, late 1961
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
6 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Portugal
Language: English
Contents:   1. Fixing the Blame • 2. Forced Labor •The pamphlet is a reprint of an article by Malcolm McVeigh, a missionary of the Methodist Church, in the September/October issue of the magazine Africa Today. The article discusses assimilated Africans, Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, African nationalism, freedom of the press, national elections, women, children, education, Protestant missions, Catholic missions, political movements for Angolan independence, the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), Mario Andrade, the Union of the Peoples of Angola (UPA), Holden Roberto, the Santa Maria affair, political rights, the Baixa de Cassange [or Baixa de Cassanje], Luanda prisons, abusive practices of the Cottonage Company, cotton, Malange, Africans killed, Joaquim Monteiro, Portuguese newspapers, Ucua, Chefe de Posto, the bombing of African villages, the Dembos and Congo districts, Senhor Adriano Moreira, the reign of terror, mass graves, tribalism, the Bailundos, religious hatred, Governor General Venancio Deslandes, land, fighting, white plantations, coffee, farmers, water, food, and European plantations.
Used by permission Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections