Central African Witness


A book about how the British Government created the Central African Federation out of the two Rhodesias and Nyasaland. It was agreed at the time by the contracting parties–who did not include the Africans – they were not consulted– that the federal experiment should be reviewed, and its future determined in 1960. It is the author’s basic contention that any advance towards Dominion status in 1960, any increase in the power of the settlers, would be a betrayal by the British Government of its responsibilities towards the Africans. An interesting book.

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H/b in nice clean boards in a protected printed d/w.This is an ex-library copy with all the usual faults,with outside edges with sewn-on tapes,stamps,barcodes and lables ect.Size 9×6 pp 254,inc,index,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good.Prelims and end papers on the grubby side,the outside looks grubby as well.But internally clean and bright throughout.


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