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Koevoet Police with Casspir, Counter-Insurgency unit in Namibia 1980's.
Portuguese Soldiers during the African Colonial conflict (61-74) wearing m64 vertical lizard "Angolan" pattern camo uniforms with m64 webbing kit and G3 rifles.
Soviet advisor Tatyana Davydova poses with an Angolan soldier in Angola.
Angolan, Soviet, and Cuban soldiers pose for a group photograph near Cuito Cuanavale. Photograph taken in April 1988.
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February 4, 1961 – The Portuguese Colonial War begins in Angola. Portuguese military parade in Luanda, Angola.
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In accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 626 and the New York Accords, Cuban troops begin withdrawing from Angola.
October 3rd, 1987. Soviet officer Mischenko and Angolan soldiers travel to the front with a Land Rover captured from the enemy. Photograph taken somewhere in the vicinity of the Lomba River in Angola.
Soviet military translator Igor Zhdarkin during The Battle of Cuito Cuanavale. Photograph taken sometime during 1988.
Genl Chris van Zyl (SA Inligtingskool - Diskobolos) Foto: Anita Potgieter Viljoen.
The Soviet Military Mission in Cuito Cuanavale. Soviet officers pose with a monkey. Photograph taken sometime during 1988.