South African Struggles: 1902-1994
By Gerald Jonas
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Published: Nov. 22, 2012
Words: 26,024 (approximate)
The struggles of the Afrikaner away from British Colonialism, then the struggle fighting Apartheid till Nelson Mandela became the first democratic leader.
How the Afrikaner picked himself up from a war ravaged South Africa to take control. The role of Jan Smuts, Hertzog, Verwoerd Vorster to the role the African national Congress played to bring about democracy and the important role that Nelson Mandela played, his trials, tribulations and triumphs.
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