THE FAILURE OF SOUTH AFRICAN EXPANSION 1908-1948

R164.79

Ronald Hyam has written in a most welcome spirit of intellectual calmness. He gives an account of The Failure of South African Expansion, 19o8-1948 that urgently needed to be set down – actually, it is full of guidance, and has become more important because of the critical turn of events in Portugal.

His documentation is good, and his choice of quotations is even better, since the reader is permitted to apply this information to a wider range of South African history. The dream – which was both British and South African – of a great integrated dominion across Southern Africa, has not been realised.

South Africa now confronts the opposite pressures of expansion from forces identified with independent black Africa, and this threatens to become a major theme of unfolding South African history.

Only 1 left in stock

Category:

Description

THE FAILURE OF SOUTH AFRICAN EXPANSION 1908-1948
by HYAM, RONALD
Condition: Very Good in Plastic/Very Good
Bookseller: BOOKLOVERS PARADISE ZA (ZA)
Bookseller Inventory #: 010399
Title: THE FAILURE OF SOUTH AFRICAN EXPANSION 1908-1948
Author: HYAM, RONALD
Format/binding:Hardcover
Book condition: Used – Very Good in Plastic
Jacket condition: Very Good
Quantity available: 1
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: MacMillan,
Place: London
Date published: 1972
Keywords: South Africa, Politics, High Commission Territories, Lesotho, Botswana, Swaziland
Bookseller catalogs: South African Politics;
Size: 223x23p2mm

Dj has been tarted up on edges and head & tail of spine but looks good on the shelf. Apparently un-read. Book has bleached foredges on eps. 219pp incl index.. First Edition. Hard Cover Navy Boards.. Very Good in Plastic/Very Good. 223x23p2mm.

You may also like…

  • Change in South Africa

    CHANGE IN SOUTH AFRICA

    R153.19
    Add to basket
  • VORSTER – THE MAN

    R181.00
    Add to basket