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Africa South by Harm J. de Blij

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Africa South
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Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN-13: 9780810138278
Number of pages: 410

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Africa South presents a history and description of southern Africa from the arrival of Europeans until the creation of the Republic of South Africa in 1961. Harm J. de Blij provides a portrait of the landscape and the internal policies and struggles within the region. The work serves as a historical travel guide and an introduction to the history of southern Africa.

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