The Protectorates of South Africa. The Question of their Transfer to the Union.

£12.00

This book is a study of three countrys in Africa that became known as British Protectorates.Bechuanaland,Swaziland,and Basutoland,all of which were soverign states.In this volume,the very vital question,is under critisism as to whether these countrys should be transferred to the Union of South Africa.Set out in three parts,Part 1 studies the case for delay.Part 2,studies the case for transfer.Part 3 the case for delay restated. A very important issue.

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H/b in reasonably clean boards for its age ,corners bumped and spine-ends bruised,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 10+119,notes to text,various appendixes.No plates text only,maps to front p/d and ff/ep,on which there is a small signature of a previous owner.Hinges strong,Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.

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