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Angola: from before its creation by the Portuguese until the exodus of these by our creation - Special Edition - Vol. Ii

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Author: Carlos Mariano Manuel

Publisher: Perfil Criativo - Edições

Year of publication: July 2021

ISBN: 978-989-54937-9-1


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Number of pages: 606

Editor's Note: "A Great Parable"

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Free Reading: Volume II (26 pages)

Language: Portuguese



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Preface II, by Onofre dos Santos


The international conjuncture in the transition to the 19th century and the formal abolition of the slave trade in territories under colonial Portuguese

  • Historical events initiated in the American continent and with globalizing repercussions
  • The abolitionist Portuguese ordinary legislation of the slave trade
  • The formal termination of the condition of release and successive creation of the status of free person and the compelled work regime


The sparse and late sedentarization of the Portuguese in southern Angola in the 19th century and the widespread continuation of the resistance of the natives, witnessed, for example, in annual reports of three governors general

  • The undefeated Region of the Dembos until the second decade of the 20th century
  • "The natural condition of the administration in this colony is to make war and prepare for it"
  • The aggregation at the end of the 19th century of the east of the present territory of the country in the primitive colony of Angola


The Berlin Conference on Africa

  • Some organizational aspects
  • Abstracts of the subjects dealt with in the nine substitutes
  • Plenary Sessions of the Conference
  • Second Plenary Session
  • Third Plenary Session
  • Fourth Plenary Session
  • Fifth Plenary Session
  • Sixth Plenary Session
  • Seventh Plenary Session
  • Eighth Session and the injunction rejected proposal of the American representation to address the inalienable right of Africans to dispose of their territories
  • Ninth Session and cunning diplomacy, which created the Free State of Congo, a political-administrative entity that preceded the current Democratic Republic of congo
  • Tenth session and formal closing of the Conference


Effects in Angola of the Berlin Conference on Africa general contextualization

  • Angola's "open doors" policy and the impending, casually frustrated, of Angola slipinto the jurisdiction
  • German colonial
  • New paradigm of Portuguese colonization after the end of the Berlin Conference on Africa
  • In how the commercial ambition at the time of colonialism contributed greatly to the promotion of
  • alcoholism in Angola
  • The conception and implementation of the indigenous regime in the 20th century
  • The Identity Card and the Status of Assimilated to European culture as instruments of alforria and social stratification of the natives
  • Taxation by colonial authorities as an instrument of dominance over the natives: from cubata and indigenous taxes to the single annual rate


Economic history of Angola: from the simple plunder to the economic valuation of the territory, framed in the project of creation of, by the longed colonial authorities, Nova Lusitania

  • From the times of Zimbo, Makuta, Angolar, Real, Escudos and foreign currencies at the time of the institution of banking activity in Angola
  • Land transport infrastructure
  • First major public works: the railway, initially called Ambaca and then Luanda
  • Beginning of the construction of the Moçâmedes railway, precipitated by the heavy desaire of the Portuguese forces occurred in 1905 in Cuamato
  • For the Benguela Railway "God must have spent an entire night to make this magnificent port
  • for the Portuguese. It's the best natural port I've seen on the coasts of Africa or America."
  • How the independence of the Democratic Republic of congo has contributed indirectly to the abortion of the Congo railway, causing consequent difficulties in the development of Northern Angola
  • Other railways
  • Circulation and road equipment: malanje casually anticipated all localities in the interior of Angola, opening roads for car traffic
  • Entrepreneurship and professional talent of indigenous peoples
  • Angola's economic crisis from the second to the fourth decades of the 20th century
  • The institutionalization of angola's First Development Plan
  • Projects foreseen in the First Economic Development Plan of Angola
  • Second Angola Development Plan
  • Interim economic plans, third and fourth
  • The paradox between the implementation of economic promotion plans and the prevalence of social degradation in the vast majority of the native population


From the pride of the multicontinental and multiracial empire to swan song, as prodromes of the respective collapse: the only three sovereignty trips of Portuguese heads of state to colonized Angola

  • Revisit the steps in Angola of the three Portuguese presidents and infer from them the social, economic and political evolution of the territory in the twentieth century
  • Brief description of the demographic and economic geography of the city of Luanda in the period between the seventeenth and early twentieth centuries
  • The Treaties of Simulambuco and Soio concluded between the Native and Portuguese Authorities
  • Unhealthy city of Luanda and with the majority of European city dwellers made up of degredo criminals
  • Continuation of the sovereignty tour of the first head of state Portuguese to visit Angola, General António Óscar de Fragoso Carmona
  • President General Francisco Higino Craveiro Lopes' sovereignty visit
  • The swan songs chanted in Angola, about the decrepit and wounded colonial empire of death, by the last head of state New Portuguese, Admiral Américo de Deus Rodrigues Thomaz

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