A Zulu King Speaks – Cetshwayo kaMpande


Few accounts of Zulu history are records of events as seen by Zulu people. This unusual book presents three statements made by Cetshwayo kaMpandi, the last king of the independent Zulu state, when he was in exile after the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. In these royal comments, readers will find a mine of inside information on the history and customs of his people.



Limp pictorial card covers in fine condition,Size 8×6 pp 32+126,inc index,some reproduced photographic prints and artists impressions as plates,page maps,diagrams in text.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout. A fine–fine as new clean copy.


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