Nelson Mandela A Force for Freedom

Nelson Mandela A Force for Freedom

Christina Scott
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Author:  Christina Scott
Condition:  New
Format:  Hardback
Pages:  160
Publisher:  Gramercy Books
Year:  2006
ISBN:  9780517228111

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Faint indented line marks on both the back and front paper sleeve cover barely visable but hardback cover in good condition, otherwise NEW and Unread.

he Compact Guide: Nelson Mandela is the definitive short chronicle of perhaps the most recognised and best-loved statesman and activist in history. Starting from the very beginning of Mandela's life in the tribal Thembu clan, read how this unassuming young man became a figure that led the people of South Africa into a new world, away from the apartheid regime and into a multi-racial democracy.

Nelson Mandela will always be seen as the face of world freedom, an ambassador for civil rights, and a heroic liberator whose influence and image of moral integrity extended way beyond his homeland. He spent 27 years in prison; his eventual release and election as South Africa's first black president were landmark events in twentieth-century history.

Packed with narrative colour, this is the essential life of one of the world's most revered leaders.

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