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By Arthur Kemp
The dramatic story of South Africa’s far right Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB: Afrikaner Resistance Movement) and its charismatic leader Eugene Terre’Blanche. The AWB was responsible for the most serious campaign of bombing and violence in South Africa's history as Apartheid came to an end in 1994, and no understanding of that country’s history is complete without this largely eyewitness account.
Third edition, now updated to include Eugene Terre’Blanche’s murder in 2011.
Softcover, third revised edition, 302 pages
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 26 February, 2012.