Aluka. Struggles for freedom in Southern Africa [electronic resource].
- English, French, Portuguese. Interface in English, French and Portuguese.
- Princeton, N.J. : Ithaka Harbors
- "The liberation of Southern Africa was one of the major political developments of the 20th century. The demise of Portuguese colonial rule, the end of white settler domination, and the dismantling of the apartheid regime had far-reaching consequences not only for the people in the region but for the global community. The Struggles for Freedom content area, launched in June 2007, focuses on the complex and varied liberation struggles in the region, with an initial concentration on six nations: Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe."
- Anti-apartheid movements > Africa, Southern > Databases.
- Anti-apartheid movements > South Africa > Databases.
- Africa, Southern > Politics and government > 20th century > Databases.
- South Africa > Politics and government > 20th century > Databases.
- Africa, Southern > History > 20th century > Databases.
- Africa, Southern > Race relations > Databases.
- Database topics
- African Studies
- Beginning date
- Title Variation
- Struggles for freedom in Southern Africa
- Title from search page: Struggles for freedom
- Luttes pour la liberté en Afrique australe
- Lutas pela liberdade na África Austral
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- Began in 2007.
- Title from home page (viewed Aug. 25, 2008).
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- Mode of access: World Wide Web.
- Access to Struggles for freedom in Southern Africa only.