The White Tribe of Africa. South Africa in perspective.


This book tells the story of the rise to power of the Afrikaners,the remarkable group of whites who today rule South Africa.At the beginning of the century they were a defeated nation after daring to challenge the might of the British Empire in the Anglo-Boer War.Their tiny army was beaten;their country had been laid waste by Kitchener’s scorched earth policy;twenty-six thousand Afrikaners women and children had died in the British concentration camps;the British had even trid to supress the Afrikaners language.

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H/b in nice clean boards,corners slightly bumped,guilt to a v/g clean illustrated d/w,some slight corner-wear and chipping.Size 9×6 pp 7+307,inc,index,glossary,bibliography,fully illustrated with many b/w reproduced photographic plates with full supporting text.Maps to both front and verso p/d’s and f/epr’s.Hinges strong.Binding tight,(suggest unread).No foxing,staining or browning.Internally nice and clean throughout.


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