Illustrated history of South Africa: the real story
Reader's Digest Association South Africa, 1992 - History - 543 pages
This updated version of the 1988 edition strips away the curtain of myths and misconceptions that surround South Africa. Much has happened and is still happening in this troubled land, so to better understand the events of recent years, the final two chapters have been revised and three new chapters have been added. 1,000 color photos, maps and illustrations.
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The Illustrated History of South Africa the Real Story PARTI is divided into seven parts each broken down into 11 THE PEOPLING OF SOUTHER...
The first contact
The Dutch come to stay
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