Chief Albert Lutuli of South Africa
Oxford University Press, 1963 - 68 páginas
In this short biography of the great South African Mary Benson tells of Albert Luthuli's early life and education and of the struggles that he undertook on behalf of his people. Struggles which resulted in the formation of the African National Congress, and in his arrest, trial and acquittal on the charge of treason.
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Student and teacher
Chief and member of the Native Representative Council
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