Twentieth-century South AfricaBook - 1994
This is the first concise history of twentieth-century South Africa to emphasize the importance of understanding political events against the background of social and economic history. Political events understandably dominate the narrative, but coverage of popular culture and politics in townand countryside helps to explain the rise of Afrikaner and African nationalism, as well as many other political and social currents.
Publisher: Oxford ; Melbourne : OUP, 1994.
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