Guerra di popolo in Angola

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Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974


Title: Guerra di popolo in Angola

Photographer(s): Augusta Conchiglia

Writer(s): Joyce Lussu, Helder Neto

Designer(s): Fantastici 4 (grafic studio founded in Roma in1968 by Mario Cresci, Giovanni Lussu, Moimir Jezek, Luigi Ricci)

Publisher(s): Lerici editore, Roma, Italy

Year: 1969

Print run:

Language(s): Italian

Pages: 100

Size: 15,5 x 17,5 cm

Binding: Softcover

Edition:

Print: Litopress, Roma, Italy

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Angola,1961-1974

ISBN:



Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

Guerra di popolo in Angola is a photo book  Augusta Conchiglia revolution  Angola 1961-1974

This book is one of the most emblematic of Agostinho Neto's MPLA struggle against the Portuguese army in the former province of Angola, it consists of interviews with Portuguese soldiers who were deserters and captured by guerrillas, and dozens of outstanding photographs of the Marxist Guerrillas of this liberation movement. Thus, in addition to the photographs and the texts of the interviews with Portuguese soldiers in possession of the MPLA, several guerrilla leaders can be seen, including Agostinho Neto, Daniel Chipenda and Dr. Américo Boavida, who will soon die in combat victim of a bombing of the air force in a guerrilla field in central Angola.

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