NAGs

The Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO)


Year Formed: 1964
Year Terminated: 1974

Target States:
Portugal

Ideational Characteristics:
Ethno-nationalist

Objectives:
Secession/Territorial Demand

External Supporters:

Tanzania

Narrative Summary:

NAG Support Dataset Code: 240

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1274

References:

Wheeler, Douglas L. "A Document for the History of African Nationalism: A Frelimo" White Paper" by Dr. Eduardo C. Mondlane (1920-1969)." African Historical Studies (1969): 319-333.

Houser, George M. "African Liberation Movements: Report on a Trip to Africa, Spring 1967." Africa Today (1967): 11-13.

 

Chilcote, Ronald H., and Eduardo Mondlane. "Eduardo Mondlane and the Mozambique Struggle." Africa Today (1965): 4-8.

 

 Legum, Colin. "Guerilla warfare and African liberation movements." Africa today(1967): 5-10.

Shepherd, George W. "Rosy but Not Red." Africa Today (1965): 8-11.

"Statement by Frelimo Executive Committee on the Events in Portugal."Review of African Political Economy No. 1 (1974): 77-80. JSTOR. Web. 29 July 2015.

 

 
Samuels, Michael A. "The FRELIMO School System." Africa Today 18.3, China and Africa (1971): 69-73. JSTOR. Web. 29 July 2015.

 

Bell, J. Bowyer. "The Future of Guerrilla-Revolution in Southern Africa."Africa Today 19.1, Guerrilla Warfare (1972): 7-15. JSTOR. Web. 29 July 2015.

 

"The Many Faces of Brutality." Economic and Political Weekly 8.28 (1973): 1211-212. JSTOR. Web. 29 July 2015.

 

Whitaker, Paul M. "The Revolutions of 'Portuguese' Africa." The Journal of Modern African Studies 8.1 (1970): 15-35. JSTOR. Web. 29 July 2015.

 

Dunn, Elwood. "The OAU and the Mozambique Revolution." Issue: A Journal of Opinion 3.1 (1973): 29-32.
 
Hermele, Kenneth. Land Struggles & Social Differentiation in Southern Mozambique: A Case Study of Chokwe, Limpopo, 1950-1987. No. 82. Nordic Africa Institute, 1988.