A History of The Zulu Rebellion 1906 and of Dinizulu’s arrest, trial and expatriation.

£38.00

Set out in 24 chapters,this very important book decribes the events that led up to the Zulu uprising known as “The Bambata Rebellion”of 1906,caused as is usualy the case when European politics and native tradition clash and is not directed properly.The British authorities,ordered that all native families should have to pay a poll tax,all of which is allien to Bantu tradition,it also describes the arrest of the Zulu Premior Dinizulu,his trial and expatriation.

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H/b in the original boards,reasonably clean for its age,corners bumped,and spine-ends bruised with some general edge-wear. Size 9×6 pp XVI+581,inc.4 f/o maps, one of which has been torn out, various appendices, illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints inc. frontispiece with tissue gaurd,page maps. Front hing cracked,Binding sloppy at hinges,stained end-papers,some light foxing in the text-block. There is a signature and date on ffe/p. Otherwise internally clean for its age.

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