Albert Luthuli – Let My People Go


Albert Luthuli, the author of this autobiography, is one of the most important figures in South African history. Grandson of a Zulu chief, he became a successful schoolmaster, a local chief, and in 1952 President of the African National congress. He was wholly against violence and in favour of a multi-racial society based on justice and equality. The immense restraint shown by this man, was eventually recognised and he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

In stock


H/b in nice clean boards,in a pictorial d/w,somewhat edge-worn and chipped,with faded spine.Size 9×6 pp 256,inc index,various appendices,photographic plates,with frontispiece.front hinge cracked at the half title page.Binding good to firm.Slight staining and hand-soiled at prelims,otherwise internaly nice and clean throughout. A good-v/g+ clean copy.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Albert Luthuli – Let My People Go”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *