Dinuzulu. The Death of the House of Shaka.


This book is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Killie Campbell the famous historian and librarian in Durban,and the greatest authority of Zulu history.Set out in 17 chapters is the life and times of Dinuzulu the eldest son of Cetchwayo and rightfull aire to the Zulu throne,from boyhood through his struggle to maintain Zululand for his people.Through to his death from a brain haemorrhage in October 1913.

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H/b in clean boards,with top edges and spine badly faded,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 14+306,inc index,bibliography,notes to text,various appendix 1-9,page maps,plates.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Some slight foxing and staining to end papers otherwise nice and clean throughout. A good–v/g clean copy.


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