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E Soviet Union and Cuba and the UNITA rebels who enjoyed American and South African support Angola Promises eBook #232 would under UN auspices exchange their bullets for ballots but it all went wrong In the name of the Ovimbundu people UNITA's Jonas Savimbi rejected his defeat in the country's fi. Promises and lies paints a gruesome picture of life through some of the lowest points in the Angolan conflict Atrocities on all sides and the impact on everyday lives of civilians Local heroes stand out as beacons in an otherwise dark period in Angola's history

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Angola Promises and LiesAngola's civil war has been the longest and bloodiest in Africa In the country once the battleground for a proxy war between the Cold War superpowers was supposed to become a symbol of a peaceful new world order a model transition from armed confllict to democracy The MPLA government backed by th. I had hoped to find an analysis of the background to the Angolan war and an account of it I got a personal view of moments from the war written by an anerican journalist Plenty of passion and concern for victims but not much explanation So I will look elsewhere for understanding