What is afpfl?

Some articles on afpfl:

Islam In Burma - Persecution - Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League
... The BMC, Burma Muslim Congress was founded almost at the same time as the AFPFL, Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League of General Aung San and U Nu before World War Two ... the Burma Muslim Congress resign its membership from AFPFL ... the religious practices of the BMC and rejoin the AFPFL ...
Ba Swe - AFPFL Split
... The AFPFL split into two factions, and Ba Swe together with his colleague Kyaw Nyein and thirteen other ministers resigned from the government on 4 June 1958 and tabled a motion of no-confidence ... Allegedly due to the instability arising from the split in the AFPFL and to the escalating insurgent problems U Nu on 26 September 1958 'voluntarily' invited ... the Burmese Parliament, with the support of members from both factions of the AFPFL but in the face of opposition from the NUF, voted to appoint General Ne Win as Prime Minister in a 'caretaker ...
Burmese Monarchy - British Rule - From The Japanese Surrender To Aung San's Assassination
... The AFPFL opposed the government, leading to political instability in the country ... A rift had also developed in the AFPFL between the Communists and Aung San together with the Socialists over strategy, which led to Than Tun being forced to resign as general secretary in July 1946 and the ... Executive Council along with other members of the AFPFL ...
Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League - Parliamentary Rule and AFPFL Split
... With two short interruptions, Nu and the AFPFL remained in power until March 2, 1962, winning several parliamentary elections ... The 1956 election results however came as a shock although the AFPFL was returned to office, as the opposition leftist coalition, known as the National United Front (NU ...
Burma Muslim Congress
... as the Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League (AFPFL) of General Aung San and U Nu before World War II ... the President of BMC and decided to join AFPFL ... U Razak was elected AFPFL President in the Mandalay district in 1946 ...