To Bind the Nation. Solomon kaDinuzulu and Zulu Nationalism. 1913-1933.

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“To Bind the Nation”,was the purpose of the inkatha,the sacred coil of the Zulu nation.It was also the guiding principle of the Zulu king,Solomon ka Dinuzulu,and of the organusation centred around him-the first inkatha.Solomon died in 1933,as did the first inkatha,but their legacy-Zulu unity and a sense of nationhood-endured.In focusing for the first time on Solomon as a cornerstone in the founding of twentieth-century Zulu nationalism,this book offers new insights into its present manifestations.

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Limp pictorial card covers in fine condition.Size 9×6 pp 18+302 inc index,bibliography,genealogical table,page map,notes to text,some reproduced photographic plates inc,frontispiece.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) Internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout.A fine–fine as new copy.

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