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Rope of Sand. The Rise and Fall of the Zulu Kingdom in the Nineteenth Century.

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The kingdom forged by Shaka kaSenzanngakona was once one of the most powerful and sophisticated black states in Africa.In its mere sixty years of independent existence it weathered every possible problem and crisis that could ever been thrown at it.It took the British at the height of their imperial power six months and a full military campaign to bring the kingdom down.The story of its dramatical emergence and decline is the results of fifteen years of research and fieldwork.

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I have both the h/b and card covered versions of this work in stock,both of which are in fine almost as new condition,in nice clean boards,and fine d/w,and the card covers are also fine. Size both 9×6 pp 15+515 &15+517,inc index,bibliography,notes to text,glossary,page maps,plates,bookplate on front p/d.All hinges strong.Both bindings tight (suggest unread) Both internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout. Both volumes Fine–fine clean copies.

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