British Indians in the Transvaal. Trade,Politics and Imperial Relations,1885-1906.


British Indians in the Transvaal is a study of the hostility and hardship endured by one minority group,Indian traders in the Transvaal,from other white settlers,in the days of the South African Republic and the post Anglo-Boer War Transvaal Colony.The Republic’s negotiations with the British Government concerning Indian protests at their treatment were ended by the sacrifice of Indian rights to political expediency.An interesting book.

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H/b in boards that have some celotape staines,where this has been used to hold the d/w in place,in a v/g protected printed d/w.Size 9×6 pp 17+259,inc,index,bibliography,various appendixes,notes to text,some reproduced photographic plates.This is a ex-library copy with the usual book-plate,bar-code,and torn-out lable,with a library reference lable on the back f/ep.Hinges strong.Binding strangely tight for a ex-library book,and appart fron the usual library faults and celotape staines,internally clean and bright throughout.


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