MPLA 1970

(2nd Edition)
by Liberation Support Movement
with Costa Andrade, Agostinho Neto, Peoples' Movement for the Liberation of Angola
Seattle, Washington, United States
September 1970
33 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Europe, Portugal, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: Poema "Um Ramo de Miosotis" • Poem "A Bouquet of Forget-Me-Nots" • "Message to the Militants of the MPLA" Agostinho Neto, President of MPLA • Speech of February 4. 1970 Dr. Agostinho Neto • MPLA - The 4th of February - Tenth Year of the Armed Struggle • MPLA Communique January 1970 The Western Countries Are Providing Portugal With the Arms to Fight the Angolan Patriots • MPLA Communiques of March 25, 29 and 31 • South African Intervention in Angola • The Portuguese Threat to Prevent International Traffic on the Benguela Railroad • Declaration (Steering Committee) • War Communique No. 7/70 (July 10, 1970) • The MPLA Denounces the Criminal Use of Chemical Defoliants and Herbicides by the Portuguese Colonialists • Liberation Support Movement • Maps • Africa• Angola • This pamphlet on Angola and the Movimento Popular de LibertaŇ«ao de Angola (Peoples' Movement for the Liberation of Angola, MPLA). The pamphlet discusses Portuguese colonialism, Marcelo Caetano, NATO, the Declaration of Independence of the Peoples of the Colonies by the United Nations, the massacre of Icolo e Bengo, Rev. Pinto de Andrade, and PIDE. It includes a photograph with Commanders Janginda and Toka, President Neto, Commander Spartacus Monimambu, and Eastern Regional Director de Melo.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root