Britain and South Africa.


What is the nature of Britain’s relationship with South Africa,and what major interests does it have in the Republic? Is there a real danger that the Commonwealth will founder because of the sharp disagreement between Britain and the Afro-Asian members over the questions of sanctions against South Africa?And would it matter very much if it did?How serious is the dangers of a ‘race war’ in Africa and the world?These are the questions which Dennis Austin tries to answer in this matter of fact yet fascinating account of ‘Britain and South Africa’.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a good printed d/w,some chips,and edge and shelf worn.Size 9×6 pp 7+191,inc,index,bibliography,various appendix,various lists and tables,no plates text only,one page map.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing staining or browning .Internaly clean and bright throughout. A good–fine clean copy.


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