By John Middleton
Supplying a complete examine the continent of Africa and the nations that include it, this e-book describes its peoples and cultures, tune and artwork, exchange and economic system, vacation trips and fairs, tribal teams, ecology, faith, fossil and skeleton discoveries, the land and its heritage, paintings and structure and way of life. It examines Africa from prehistoric occasions to the current day.
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The situation gradually worsened. Relations between Algerian Muslims and French colonists hardened into mutual hatred, and Muslim leaders began to call for armed revolution. In 1954 several exiled Algerian Muslim leaders, including Ahmed BEN BELLA, met in Egypt to form the National Liberation Front (FLN). In November of that year they launched an attack on government and military sites throughout the country. A fierce and bloody war followed. In 1958, General Charles de Gaulle of France was called in to resolve the crisis.
In addition, refugees fleeing the fighting in the countryside are crowding the city’s poorer sections and overwhelming public services. * escarpment land or rock long, clifflike ridge of * navigable deep and wide enough to provide passage for ships * tributary river river that flows into another Landforms. Nearly two thirds of Angola consists of vast interior plateaus and highlands—including the Kongo Highlands, the Malanje Plateau, and the Central Highlands. These features average 3,150 to 4,430 feet in elevation, with some peaks as high as 8,465 feet.
Many Ovimbundu have migrated to the cities of Benguela, Lobito, and Luanda. The second largest group in Angola, the Mbundu, dominates the capital city of Luanda and other coastal towns as well as the Malanje highlands to the east. The culture of the Mbundu has its roots in the ancient warrior state called Ngola. Among the many other groups in Angola are the Ngangela, Ovambo, and Chokwe. Although some Angolans continue to follow traditional religions, most have adopted Christianity. Roman Catholicism is particularly well established among the Ovimbundu.