Disaster Struck South Africa.


The past century has brought vast prosperity and great progress to South Africa but,as always,progress has demanded a price.In this book Jose Burman deals with the disasters which have studded the fantastic expansion of this country,disasters from which some lands might never have recovered,but which scarcely marred the progress of South Africa.But this book is not a mere catalogue of past horrors-it carries a message of hope for the future.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a pictorial d/w,somewhat edge-chipped and shelf-worn.Size 9×6 pp 10+203,inc,index,many reproduced photographic plates,inc frontispiece and with some artists impressions.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A little light foxing mainly to prelims and e/p’s.There are a few dirty finger marks here and there.Otherwise nice and clean internaly throughout.This volume has been inscibed by the author.A good –v/g clean copy.


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