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Cabral, Luís, 1931-2009

LC control no.n 84220508
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Personal name headingCabral, Luís, 1931-2009
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Variant(s)Almeida Cabral, Luís de, 1931-2009
Cabral, Luiz, 1931-2009
De Almeida Cabral, Luís, 1931-2009
See alsoGuinea-Bissau. President (1974-1980 : Cabral)
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Associated countryGuinea-Bissau Cuba Portugal
Birth date19310411
Death date20090530
Place of birthBissau (Guinea-Bissau)
Place of deathTorres Vedras (Portugal)
Field of activityGuinea-Bissau--Politics and government Guinea-Bissau--History--Autonomy and independence movements
AffiliationPartido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde
Profession or occupationPresidents
Found inHis Crónica da libertação, 1984: t.p. (Luís Cabral) p. 1 (b. in Bissau, 4-10-31)
LC data base, 4-12-85 (MLC hdg.: Cabral, Luiz; usage: Luiz Cabral)
Guinea-Bissau. President (1974-1980 : Cabral). Strategy in Guinea-Bissau, 1979?: t.p. (President Luis Cabral's opening speech to the People's National Assembly, Bissau, May 1979)
Stateman's yrbk., 1984-85: p. 571 (A new constitution was adopted on 10 Nov. 1980, 4 days before the coup which ousted President Luis Cabral)
Langville, A.R. Modern world rulers, 1979: p. 70 (Guinea-Bissau, president (since 1974))
Portuguese Wikipedia WWW site, June 1, 2009 (Luís de Almeida Cabral; b. Apr. 11, 1931, Bissau; d. May 30, 2009, Torres Vedras; first president of Guinea-Bissau)
Wikipedia, Apr. 7, 2014 (Luís Cabral; Luís Severino de Almeida Cabral; b. Apr. 11, 1931; first president of Guinea-Bissau; his political party was the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC); half-brother of Amílcar Cabral; after coup he was sent into exile in Cuba, then Portugal in 1984)
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