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موزمبيق جي آزادي جي جنگ (انگريزي: Mozambican War of Independenceموزمبيق لبريشن فرنٽ ۽ پرتگال جي وچ ۾ وڙهيل گوريلا جنگ جو نالو آهي. هي جنگ 25 سيپٽمبر 1964ع تي شروع ٿي ۽ ٺاهه کان پوءِ 8 سيپٽمبر، 1974ع تي ختم ٿي، جنهن جي نتيجي ۾ 1975ع تي موزمبيق کي آزادي ملي.

موزمبيق جي آزادي جي جنگ
سلسلو پرتگالي نوآبادياتي جنگ، آفريڪا ۾ نوآبادياتي جو خاتمو، ۽ سرد جنگ
LocationMozambique.svg
موزمبيق موجوده آفريڪا ۾.
تاريخ25 سيپٽمبر 1964 – 8 سيپٽمبر 1974
(9 سالَ, 11 مهينوَ and 2 هفتوَ)
جون 25، 1975 (آزادي)
مقامموزمبيق
نتيجو
شريڪ جنگ
موزمبيق موزمبيق لبريشن فرنٽ پورچوگال پرتگال
سپهہ سالار ۽ رهنما
موزمبيق ايدواردو مونجلوني (1962–69),
موزمبيق جواڪين سشونو (1962–75),
موزمبيق فلپ سيموئل مگايا (1964–66),
موزمبيق سامورا مطل (1969–75)
پورچوگال ايتوني آگسٽو دوس سينٽوس (1964–69),
پورچوگال ڪائولز دي اريغيا (1969–74)
طاقت
15,000–20,000[34][35] 50,000 (17 مئي، 1970)[36]
نقصان
10,000 مارجي ويا[37] 8,500 مارجي ويا[37]
عام فوتگيون:
50,000 مارجي ويا[37]

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