RACIAL SEGREGATION AND THE ORIGINS OF APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1919-36

: Dubow (S.)

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xi + 250pp., ownership signature on f.f.e.p., hardback, d.w. spine faded, foxing on top edge, Basingstoke, 1989

 

"This book analyses the historical development of racial segregation in South Africa between the two world wars. In doing, it casts light on the period immediately before the advent of modern-day apartheid. 

Based on extensive archival research in South Africa and drawing on the most recent scholarship, this book is an original and ludic exposition of the ideological, political and administrative origins of apartheid. It will add substantially to the understanding of contemporary of South Africa." Taken from the book.