SOUTHERN AFRICAN LIBERATION STRUGGLES, new local, regional and global perspectives

: Sapire (H.) & Saunders (C.) eds.

R 317.00
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316pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2013


"... opens up a whole new way of looking at the diverse but connected histories of the region and their broader transnational context in the last four decades of the twentieth century." Shula Marks, Emeritus Professor, University of London

 Contributions include:

"Morogoro and after: the continuing crisis in the African National Congress (of South Africa) in Zambia" by Hugh MacMillan

"The intersection of violent and non-violent strategies in the South African liberation struggle" by Janet Cherry

"Muslims and the liberation struggle in Northern Mozambique" by Liazzat J.K. Bonate

"National liberation and international solidarity: anatomy of a special relationship" by Colin Bundy

"Activism in Britain for Namibian independence: the Namibia Support Committee" by Chris Saunders.

Hilary Sapire teaches imperial and southern African history in the Department of History, Classics and Archaeology, Birkbeck College, University of London.

Chris Saunders is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Historical Studies, University of Cape Town.