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Angola - History __ A good look at the history of Angola.  "IN NOVEMBER 1975, after nearly five centuries as a Portuguese colony, Angola became an independent state. By late 1988, however, despite fertile land, large deposits of oil and gas, and great mineral wealth, Angola had achieved neither prosperity nor peace-- the national economy was stagnating and warfare was ravaging the countryside." - From -

Angola - History __ An overview of Angolan history.  "Originally inhabited by people of the Khoisan group (Bushmen), Angola was occupied by various Bantu peoples from farther north and east between 1300 and 1600. By the 15th century, several African kingdoms had developed; the most notable were the kingdoms of the Kongo and Mbundu peoples."  this and more. - From -

Angola History __ "Angolans have long had a troubled history. The many ethnic groups and tribes - the main ones being Ovimbundu, Kimbundu and Bekongo - consider themselves very different and have rarely seen eye to eye. So when the Portuguese settled coastal Luanda in 1575, the warring tribes plundered and sold each other into slavery in return for food and booze,..."  A history of Angola as only Lonely Planet can do it. - From -

Angola - History & Background __ Here is a general overview of the history of Angola. - From Net Industries -

Angolan Culture History and Archaeology __ You will find culture history, archaeological sites, resources, and other information related to the past of the modern country of Angola. - From -

Angolan History __ You will find a brief overview of Angolan history.  Click on the "more history" for a more detailed look. - From -

A Brief History of Angola - Part 1 __ An overview of Angolan history in two parts.  "In 1482, when the Portuguese first landed in what is now northern Angola, they encountered the Kingdom of the Kongo, which stretched from modern Gabon in the north to the Kwanza River in the south. Mbanza Kongo, the capital, had a population of 50,000 people. South of this kingdom were various important states, of which the Kingdom of Ndongo, ruled by the ngola (king), was most significant. Modern Angola derives its name from the king of Ndongo."  Part two may be accessed from here. - From -


Category:History of Angola __ You will find an index of articles relating to Angola's history found in Wikipedia - From wikipedia -

History of Angola __ "The area of current day Angola was inhabited in prehistoric times, as attested by remains found in Luanda, Congo and the Namibe desert, but it was only thousands of years later, at the beginning of recorded history that more developed peoples arrived."  An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -

History of Angola __ "Comprehensive online resources about Angolan history." - From -

History of Angola __ "Little is known about the early history of the Angola region, stretching south from the mouth of the Congo. The inhabitants are living a neolithic existence until the arrival of Bantu migrants from the north, bringing iron technology in the first millennium AD."  A good look at Angola's history along with a few embedded links to related materials. - From -


History of Angola __ List of resources about Angolan history. - From -

Rulers of Angola __ A list of Angolan rulers. - From -

Timeline for Angola from the BBC __ An annotated timeline from the 1300s through present. - From BBC -

Use of children in the war since 1998 __ "It is Human Rights Watch's position that no one under the age of eighteen should be recruited, either voluntarily or involuntarily, into any armed forces whether governmental or non-governmental in nature. During the war, both UNITA and the government forcibly recruited children into the conflict in violation of treaties and conventions to which they were bound."  Learn how this practice is impacting the region and families. - From -


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