Bantu, Boer,and Briton.The making of the South African problem.

£20.00

This book entitled “Bantu,Boer and Britain”was first published in 1929,under another title,”The making of the South African Native Problem”.Based on the private correspondence of Dr. John Philip,who was held responsible for the tentions which led to and followed the Great Boer Trek because he had successfully asserted the rights of Hottentots and other ‘free persons of colour’.This book describes the situation that arose in South Africa that was to lay the foundations for “aparthied”that was to set all the three sections of the population against each other.An imortant book.

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H/b in nice clean boards,spine ends a little bruised,in a printed d/w somewhat ege-chipped now in a protected plastic cover.size 9×6 pp 18+382,inc index,bibliographical notes,page maps.,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning.The contents list items have been underlined in pencil,and there are numerous tiny ink dots throughout the text where a previous reader has marked his place,otherwise nice and clean throughout. A v/g–v/g++clean copy.

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