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Father Trevor Huddlestone championed the rights and dignity of non-European races in South Africa. Describes his 12-year ministry in Sophiatown, the coloured quarter outside Johannesburg from 1944-1956. Read full review
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Another book which changed my life end of 1950s begining of 1960s. Nothing needs saying. Read the book, if you dare. Then think about the world today. Read full review
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THE DAYLIGHT AND THE DARK
IE TILL THERE BE NO PLACE
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Naught for Your Comfort by Trevor Huddleston at Questia Online Library
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JSTOR: Naught for Your Comfort.
NAUGHT FOR YOUR COMFORT. By Father Trevor Huddleston. London, Collins, I956. 256 pp. 82" X54 . I2S. 6d. AND mighty little for your complacency. ...
Arch. Njongonkulu's NFYC Address
Naught for Your Comfort Award – Keynote Speech Pretoria, ... I thank you, Dr Guma, for your invitation to give the Naught for your Comfort Annual Lecture. ...
A personal tribute to Archbishop Trevor Huddleston 1913-1998 ...
As a young adolescent in New Zealand, I read Father Trevor Huddleston's Naught For Your Comfort. It was published in 1956 and told the story of forced ...
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Items from the Press on the Death of Archbishop Trevor Huddleston
"There is no time to be lost in breaking the present government I am convinced," he wrote in "Naught For Your Comfort," his 1955 book about his experiences. ...
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BBC - BBC Four - Audio Interviews - Trevor Huddleston
He almost went to jail after the publication of his book against apartheid Naught for your Comfort (1956). This became an international best-seller and he ...
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South African Contextual & Black Theology
The Anglican Trevor Huddleston wrote his impassioned and influential plea against Apartheid, Naught for your Comfort in 1955. He was followed by the white ...
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THANKSGIVING SERVICE FOR TREVOR HUDDLESTON
Lord Hughes of Woodside, the former Chairman of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, will read an excerpt from Naught for Your Comfort (1956), written by Archbishop ...
www.info.gov.za/ speeches/ 1998/ 98729_0w0829810061.htm
‘Not all gloom and doom’: Seafaring on the Cape Mail during apartheid
had read Naught for Your Comfort. 1. by Father Trevor. Huddleston who made a brave stand against the .... 1 Trevor Huddleston, Naught for Your Comfort, ...
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Denniston, publisher of Naught for your Comfort, stepped. into the breach and produced a good and well-documented. biography. Piers mcgrandle, a teacher at ...
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