|Member of||Organisation of African Unity|
|South East African state, former Portuguese colony|
Kaúlza de Arriaga, as the Commander in Chief of the Portuguese Armed Forces, was in charge of Portuguese forces in Mozambique from 1969 until 1974, taking over from General António Augusto dos Santos and organizing the Operation Nó Górdio ("Gordian Knot Operation") in 1970. This operation was the largest and most expensive military operation performed by the Portuguese Armed Forces during the entire Portuguese Colonial War (1961-1974).
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