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Mozambique revolution - Independence - The People's Republic of Mozambique, no. 61, 25 june 1975
Mozambique revolution, no. 61 (1975 June 25)
Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO)
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Dar Es Salaam, U.R. of Tanzania
Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO). Department of Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Emerging Nationalism in Portuguese Africa
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Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189
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USC Libraries Special Collections
Contents: Editorial: With our people's victory over colonialism and the establishment of the independent State of Mozambique, a new phase of struggle has begun (p. 1)
FRELIMO delegations visit five socialist countries (p. 3)
President Samora in Tanzania and Zambia, two bastions of support and solidarity during the armed struggle against Portuguese colonialism (p. 5)
In the month which preceded independence our President toured Mozambique, holding meetings with the people in every province from the Rovuma to the Maputo. Pictures of the tour (p. 6)
Independence was marked by celebrations and cultural activities throughout the country. Report and pictures (p. 9)
The National Anthem of the People's Republic of Mozambique (p.13)
Proclamation of Independence and the birth of the People's Republic of Mozambique. Full text (p.14)
By decision of FRELIMO'S Central Committee Comrade Samora Moises Machel was entrusted with the task of President of the People's Republic of Mozambique. Declaration of the CC, read by Comrade Marcelino dos Santos, Vice-President of FRELIMO (p.17)
The President's Message to the Nation on Independence Day (p.18)
The Constitution of the PRM (p. 24)
The first Council of Ministers of the (p. 28). Special independence issue.
32 p.
Self-determination, National
Portugal--Politics and government--1933-1974
Time Period
University of Southern California [Contributing entity]
Emerging Nationalism in Portuguese Africa, 1959-1965
Mozambique Collection

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