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A fresh and penetrating exploration of South Africa's eventful history that focuses primarily on the experiences of the black inhabitants rather than those of the white minority. Written by one of the premier scholars of South Africa, it is essential reading for anyone wishing to understand the historical patterns behind the conflicts in South Africa.
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|2||The White Invaders: The Cape Colony, 1652-1870||31|
|3||African Wars and White Invaders: Southeast Africa, 1770-1870||70|
|4||Diamonds, Gold, and British Imperialism, 1870-1910||110|
|5||The Segregation Era, 1910-1948||154|
|6||The Apartheid Era, 1948- 1978||187|
|7||Apartheid in Crisis, 1978-1989||221|
|8||The Transition, 1989-1995||241|
Posted December 8, 2009
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