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Apartheid : a history. New York : G. Braziller.
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Death of Apartheid (US title: Mandela's Fight For Freedom) is the name of a three-part documentary series about the negotiations to end apartheid in South Africa and the first fully democratic election that followed. The series was first broadcast in May 1995, and produced by Brian Lapping Associates (now part of Ten Alps company) for the BBC, and co-produced by the Dutch broadcaster VPRO, the South African broadcaster SABC, and the Japanese broadcaster NHK.
Find nearly any book by BRIAN LAPPING. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780312250720 (978-0-312-25072-0) Softcover, St Martins Pr, 1990. Learn More at LibraryThing. BRIAN LAPPING at LibraryThing.
A fresh, commanding, and thought-provoking history of the competing American and Russian empires The American road to empire started when the first English settlers landed in Virginia. Simultaneously, the first Russians crossed the Urals, and the two empires that would dominate the twentieth century were born. Empires Apart reveals how the two empires developed in parallel as they expanded to the Pacific and launched wars against the nations around them.
This book indeed has twelve co-authors, including apparenty most of the distinguished history department at Princeton University. If all that were not enough, this is a beautiful book, with hundreds of magnificent illustrations and helpful tables.