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Very Good. No Jacket. Trade Paperback in Very Good Condition. First published in Great Britain, 2007. Clean card cover, unmarked, a touch of wear to edges. Tight glued binding. Back side of cover has creased upper corner. Fore edge of page block has a small grayish spot. Pages very clean and free of any markings, no creasing. Sixteen page section of b/w photographs. Map of South Africa. A gripping history of the years leading up to the founding of the modern state of South Africa in 1910, portraying the great wealth and raw power, the deceit, the corruption, and racism that lay behind Britain's empire-building in southern Africa. The impact of white expansionism on indiginous African societies was horrific. It explains the rise of virulent Aftikaner nationalism that eventually took hold, with repercussions lasting nearly a century. Throughout, Meredith intertwines and exposes the roles of diamond titan Cecil Rhodes and Boer leader Paul Kruger. 57p pages, with Chapter Notes, Bibliography, and Index. 9.25 x 6.1 x 1.6. Public Affairs, New York, 2008.
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