Black Mans Country – A Journey Through Ghana.


This book tells the story of the author’s travels through what was then called the Gold Coast, prior to the country’s independence. It tells of his interview with the then prime minister, Kwame Nkrumah and of the internal strife between the various political parties. The pride of achieving independence has made his people forget – at least temporarily – their internal differences. While all Africa watches, the new-born baby of the black continent has already managed to take its first steps.



H/b boards clean a little curled and faded, but nothing serious, no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 164 inc index.plates some in colour,area map at front end paper.Hinges sound, binding firm, textblock clean and bright throughout, coffee stain to half tittle page no foxing or staining.Silver lettering to spine.In general a nice clean copy.


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