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South Africa and the United States: The Declassified History - Kenneth Mokoena Editor
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Putnam's, 1966, 1966. First edition. Good. wonderfully printed dark blue cloth boards with the author's name in a stylized embossed shipwreck on the cover titling head and foot of spine are slightly pushed in, good binding spine is in excellent condition pretty endpapers sprinted on the most wonderful paper with variegated edges cream-colored that appears to have very high cotton content soft feeling, the dust jacket has some terrors small amount of sustaining ruffling not backward stage the colors very good there is no sun damage the interior the book has no writing highlighting story about war driver burned South Atlantic seas and World War II, all built in retribution, climax by one of the most electrifying courtroom scenes in modern fiction if you're a fan of World War II you might find his furry enjoyable it also costs a lot of poking questions and how one things to decide between the moral right and wrong and interesting work in exploration of crime and punishment jacket by Miriam Woods printer United States Book-of-the-Month An Operational Necessity Gwyn Griffin Putnam's, 1966 - World War, 1939-1945 - 477 pages library of Congress catalog card number 67 – 23127 ASIN: B0006BR7X6 Pre ISBN numbering later edition ISBN 186046596X 9781860465963 An Operational Necessity Gwyn Griffin Putnam's, 1966 - World War, 1939-1945 - 477 pages in English, Kiimmerol Maréchal Oudinot merol meters Monsieur Mozambique pangolin Philippe Rayner sailors Sehlte Shellybeare Single?eld sinking Spencer Stusser submarine survivors torpedoes turned U-boat voice watch witness Wutsdorf ....Ruth Reaser...LAX Vespa shipped United States Post via media mail to fulfill your order, Los Angeles Area I carefully pack your book, hop on my Vespa and visit the PO to have it placed in our mail system...Your purchase helps a former middle aged college girl enjoy the occasional pedicure, Chocolate. Better coffee beans, teeth cleanings, liquor, cheese, all the basics one needs to be happy. Sunshine's free in California fortunately. will fit in a Legal priority mail envelope if you want expedited shipping.. I try to get things out that go priority that same day, unless it's after the post office closeYatchett Zared Barragold British Captain Crawshaw Captain Kaye Colonel Rostwood Dar es Salaam depth charges French Gaston German Glenberyll grenades Guéroult guns hands head Huberein Judge Advocate Kalewski Kapitanleutnant Kielbasa Kiim, Putnam's, 1966, 1966, Random House, Johannesburg, 2004, First Edition.. Fine large (9,1 x 6,1 inches / 232 x 154 mm) paperback with french flaps, 232 pages; no inscriptions, stamps or text markings. Sachs (b1935) is a lawyer, anti-apartheid activist and former judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. He started practice as an advocate aged 21, defending people charged under racial statutes and security laws. After being arrested and placed in solitary confinement for more than five months, Sachs went into exile in England, where he completed a PhD from Sussex University. In 1988, in Maputo, Mozambique, he lost an arm and the sight in one eye when a bomb was placed in his car. Upon his return to South Africa he served as a member of the Constitutional Committee and the National Executive of the African National Congress. He was appointed to the Constitutional Court by Nelson Mandela in 1994., Random House, Johannesburg, 2004, First Edition., Blandford, Poole, Dorset, (1980). 165 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" high), soft cover. Profusely illustrated in color and b&w showing uniforms, arms, equipment. "...features 48 pages of colour plates which show the uniforms of the armies and irregular forces engaged in actual fighting throughout the world and also the uniforms of the forces of N.A.T.O. and Warsaw Pact countries which are constantly engaged in the 'cold war'. Considerable detail has also been given on equipment and weapons as well as 'buttons and bows' so that a broader and deeper appreciation can be gained of the forces covered. The campaign histories included are necessarily brief but should provide a factual basis so that those who wish to research further will at least have the correct date of operations involved and t he locations over which they were conducted..." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light browning to edge of front cover, corner crease to paper at top corner of front cover, small area of soiling on bottom of textblock, faint crease on spine. VG-., Blandford, Poole, Dorset, (1980)., New Press, 1993. Book. Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 10 1/2h x 8 1/2w. A real nice clean unmarked 313 page first edition 1993 hardcover. The most important internal US government documents on US policy toward South Africa over the last 30 years. Taken together these documents, obtained by the National Security Archive through the Freedom of Information Act, record years of US efforts to prop up the Afrikaner regime, and the evolution of Washington's policies in the face of mounting domestic and international opposition to apartheid. The context for the declassified documents is provided by concise essays on US sanctions policy, the history of nuclear collaboration, and US reaction to upheavals in Angola, Mozambique, and elsewhere in the region.., New Press, 1993

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[SR: 2266093], Hardcover, [EAN: 9781565840812], The New Press, The New Press, Book, [PU: The New Press], The New Press, “In recent years,” writes TransAfrica executive director Randall Robinson in the preface to this volume, “there has been no graver moral-political crisis facing the world than apartheid.” For that reason, the prospect of representative democracy in South Africa ranks as one of the most extraordinary sociopolitical achievements of the late twentieth century. Throughout much of the era of repressive white rule, the United States has maintained a complex and often supportive geopolitical and economic relationship with South Africa’s notorious apartheid regime. As that regime comes to its inevitable end, the role of U.S. policy—from the Sharpeville massacre in 1960 to the release of African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela in 1990—can now be examined and understood.South Africa and the United States: The Declassified History makes available, for the first time, the most important internal U.S. government documents on U.S. policy toward South Africa over the last thirty years. Obtained by the National Security Archive through the Freedom of Information Act, this rich and revealing collection includes formerly top secret presidential decision directives, CIA memoranda, State Department policy papers, embassy cables, Defense Intelligence Agency assessments, and other recently declassified documents. Taken together, they dramatically record years of U.S. efforts to prop up the Afrikaner regime, and the evolution of Washington’s policies in the face of mounting domestic and international opposition to the world’s last racially based political system.Among the many revelations in this remarkable volume are details of the Reagan administration’s secret propaganda plan to defuse public and congressional support for economic sanctions; the U.S. role in the development of South Africa’s nuclear weapons capability; and Henry Kissinger’s controversial diplomatic and covert campaigns throughout the southern African region.The context for the declassified documents in South Africa and the United States is provided by concise, authoritative essays on U.S. sanctions policy, the history of nuclear collaboration, and U.S. reaction to upheavals in Angola, Mozambique, and elsewhere in the region. To supplement the narrative and the documents, the volume also provides an in-depth chronology and comprehensive glossaries. The result is an accessible and intriguing documentary history of one of the most significant, 1196144, Diplomacy, 11093, International & World Politics, 5571255011, Politics & Government, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 5571266011, African, 11093, International & World Politics, 5571255011, Politics & Government, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 16022621, Political Science, 5571274011, Comparative Politics, 10759, Constitutions, 11086, History & Theory, 11111, Reference, 5571255011, Politics & Government, 3377866011, Politics & Social Sciences, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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In recent years," writes TransAfrica executive director Randall Robinson in the preface to this volume, "there has been no graver moral-political crisis facing the world than apartheid." For that reason, the prospect of representative democracy in South Africa ranks as one of the most extraordinary sociopolitical achievements of the late twentieth century. Throughout much of the era of repressive white rule, the United States has maintained a complex and often supportive geopolitical and economic relationship with South Africa's notorious apartheid regime. As that regime comes to its inevitable end, the role of U.S. policy-from the Sharpeville massacre in 1960 to the release of African National Congress leader Nelson Mandela in 1990-can now be examined and understood.South Africa and the United States: The Declassified History makes available, for the first time, the most important internal U.S. government documents on U.S. policy toward South Africa over the last thirty years. Obtained by the National Security Archive through the Freedom of Information Act, this rich and revealing collection includes formerly top secret presidential decision directives, CIA memoranda, State Department policy papers, embassy cables, Defense Intelligence Agency assessments, and other recently declassified documents. Taken together, they dramatically record years of U.S. efforts to prop up the Afrikaner regime, and the evolution of Washington's policies in the face of mou african,diplomacy,international and world politics,political science,politics and government,politics and social sciences Politics & Social Sciences, The New Press

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South Africa and the United States: The Declassified History

A collection of primary source materials that reveal the secret U.S. policy debates over South Africa.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781565840812
ISBN (ISBN-10): 156584081X
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Verschijningsjaar: 1994
Uitgever: NEW PR
344 Bladzijden
Gewicht: 0,862 kg
Taal: eng/Englisch

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