“Memories of Combatants: From Clandestine to National Independence”, is the title of a work launched on Friday in the city of Pemba, in Cabo Delgado. With three hundred and seventy-eight pages, divided into three parts, the work now launched highlights and enhances the achievements and experiences of the combatants of the national liberation struggle. For António Tuzine, presenter of the work, the publication will serve as inspiration and incentive for the reinforcement of unity, cohesion among Mozambicans, in defense of the homeland. In turn, Elídio Langa, delegate of the Cultural Heritage Archive (ARPAC), in Cabo Delgado, referred that the work portrays the experience of a heroic people. , Provincial Director of the Combatants Association specified that the book is a contribution to the dissemination of the vast and rich cultural mosaic and the promotion of the History of Mozambique, in order to inspire future generations. The memories that echo in the book “Memórias dos Combatentes: Da Clandestine to National Independence ”are from natural combatants from the provinces of Cabo Delgado, Niassa, Tete, Manica, Sofala Gaza and Inhambane. (RM) Source: Rádio Moçambique Online

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