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An edition of Twentieth-century South Africa (1994)

Twentieth-century South Africa

2nd ed.

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This edition published in by Oxford University Press in Oxford, . New York.

Written in English

414 pages

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Cover of: Twentieth-century South Africa
Twentieth-century South Africa
2001, Oxford University Press
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Cover of: Twentieth-century South Africa
Twentieth-century South Africa
1994, Oxford University Press
in English
Cover of: Twentieth-century South Africa
Cover of: Twentieth Century South Africa
Twentieth Century South Africa
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Twentieth-century South Africa First published in 1994



Excerpts

By the early 1870s, the area that became South Africa had been washed by successive waves of European expansion, notably the Dutch maritime empire of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and British imperialism in the nineteenth.
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-391) and index.

Other Titles
20th-century South Africa

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
968.04
Library of Congress
DT1848 .B44 2001

The Physical Object

Pagination
xvii, 414 p. :
Number of pages
414

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3580317M
ISBN 10
0192893181
LC Control Number
2002275816
Library Thing
1274095
Wikidata
Q55712978
Goodreads
1090495

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