Indaba,My Children.


In these pages,the author tears aside the veil of secrecy that for centuries has concealed the truth about African tribal history and of their customs and religious beliefs.He believes that it is only by reavealing the truth that has,in terms of tribal law,been deliberately distorted from the time immemorial to deceive and confuse the enemy–be they Black or White–that there can be any hope of bridging the racial gulf,the utter failure of one race of human beings to understand what goes on in the minds of the other.



H/b in nice clean boards,in a good illustrated d/w,somewhat edge-worn and chipped.Size 9×6 pp 13+354,inc illustrative diagrams in text,a character list,no actual plates only diagrams of Bantu symbols and various artifacts throughout text.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout. A v/g–fine clean copy.


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