The Oxford History of South Africa. (2 volumes) – Monica Wilson and Leonard Thompson (Editors) et al.

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Vol 1 South Africa to 1870: Detailed surveys of what is known about the pre-colonial history of the African inhabitants. Origins and expansion of the Afrikaners, the English settlements, struggle for land, rise of the kingdom of Shaka and Moshweshwe and the consequent intereactions to the time when diamonds were discovered in Griqualand West. 502 Pages. Vol 2: South Africa 1870 – 1966. The economic growth that began with the discovery of diamonds; the history of the three great social complexes of modern South Africa; Impact and interaction of major political forces; and the changing relationships between South Africa and the outside world. 584 Pages. Reprint. Condition: Good. Dust jacket: Good. Price-clipped Vol 1. Some toning to top edges on the verso. Some light edge-wear. Binding: Hardcover. Light edge-wear to extremities.

Publisher: Clarendon Press
Date Published: 1969
Publication Place: Oxford.

Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardcover. Light edge-wear to extremities.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Good. Price-clipped Vol 1. Some toning to top edges on the verso. Some light edge-wear.

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Weight 1400 g