The work of remembrance may be difficult, and sometimes painful. Twenty years have passed since these photographs, now published in book form, were taken in Angola, a country in Southern Africa and the territory of an extended Cold War fought here since the country’s independence in 1974. In late 1992, the communist government, controlled by the People’s Movement for the...
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