Massacre do Soweto na história da UNITA | Ditos do Baú
Soweto Youth Riots, 16 June 1976.
OS ÚLTIMOS NO LESTE - A RETIRADA DE ANGOLA - 1975: CRONOLOGIA
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A South African policeman stands near a burning car outside Soweto (19 April 1993)
Apartheid in South Africa from 1948 to 1994.
South African State President F.W. de Klerk, announces the unconditional release of jailed ANC leader Nelson Mandela, the unbanning of the ANC, PAC and South African Communist party and the lifting of the state of emergency during parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, on February 2, 1990. (AP Photo/Dana Le Roux-Argus) #
Louis Napoléon, Prince Imperial c. 1879, age 22. The only child of Emperor Napoleon III & Eugénie, he grew up in Britain after his father was overthrown in 1870. He was intended to marry Queen Victoria’s youngest daughter, Princess Beatrice, but was killed in 1879 while serving in the British Army in the Anglo-Zulu War.