Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe
Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe (FROLIZI) was a political party in Rhodesia which participated in the war of independence from the Rhodesian government. It was founded in October 1971 and later merged with the African National Council on 6 December 1974.
FROLIZI was formed by dissatisfied members of the two main political parties at the time; the Joshua Nkomo led Zimbabwe African People's Union and the Ndabaningi Sithole led Zimbabwe African National Union.
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