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Review: South Africa: A Narrative HistoryUser Review - Anna Scholes - Goodreads
Reading the history of South Africa is like watching a train wreck in slow motion. Things just keep getting worse and worse until finally the whole crash comes to a stop. Luckily at the end there are ... Read full review
Review: South Africa: A Narrative HistoryUser Review - Goodreads
An excellent account of the history of South Africa, written in a highly reader-friendly style.
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