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Thu Feb 12 22:07:37 2015 UTClccn-n910918850.00Mandela0.410.97President F.W. de Klerk : first year in office29521885F._W._de_Klerkn 910918853017846de Klerk, F. W. 1936-De Klerk, Frederik WillemKlerk, F. W. deKlerk, F. W. de (Frederik Willem)Klerk Frederik Willem De 1936-....lccn-n85153068Mandela, Nelson1918-2013ivelccn-n80120470Ottaway, Davidautlccn-n81098967Smith, Ian Douglas1919-2007lccn-n81133202Mungazi, Dickson A.autlccn-n85127886De Klerk, Willem1928-2009autlccn-n50071201Anti-apartheid Movementlccn-no2011021599Pequeneza, Nadinelccn-n78040159Mandela, Zindzi1960-lccn-no2004094191Discovery Channel Canadalccn-no2012046392Smithsonian ChannelDe Klerk, F. W.(Frederik Willem)BiographyHistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesTrials, litigation, etcSouth AfricaPolitical sciencePresidentsApartheidRace relationsPrime ministersZimbabweAnti-apartheid movementsUnited StatesRacismNegotiationPolitics, PracticalDe Klerk, F. W.--(Frederik Willem)Civil rights movementsCivil rightsMandela, Nelson,Social actionSocial conflictSocial movementsNonviolenceCivil disobedienceDemocracyApartheid--Government policyInternational relationsPresidents' spousesSocial justicePolitical prisoners--Abuse ofPersonality and politicsPresidents' spouses--BiographyVisits of stateTravelDiplomatic relationsChoruses, Sacred (Children's voices, 3 parts) with pianoChoruses, Sacred (Children's voices, 2 parts) with pianoChoruses, Sacred (Women's voices, 3 parts) with pianoChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensembleChoruses, Sacred (Women's voices, 2 parts) with pianoEconomic historyAlabama--MontgomerySegregation in transportationSoweto Uprising (South Africa : 1976)PovertyRace relations--Government policyBlacks--SuffrageAfrican AmericansBlacksSchool integrationAfrican Americans--SuffrageHousingEthnic relations19361966198519891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020022004200720082009201020112012201320143262135181968.064092DT1970ocn059406185ocn028663985ocn026875650ocn031252884ocn085929941ocn899007196ocn024946400ocn044995368ocn494065135ocn068925786ocn767473285ocn896709556ocn8279371291151ocn370283019visu20100.17Lives that changed the world Nelson MandelaHistoryBiographyNelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison for standing up for what he believed. Slowly, from the remote prison in South Africa's Robben Island, he galvanized the world around his struggle to end apartheid. When Mandela was released from prison he entered a world that had been profoundly shaped by his dream. His story is told through the eyes of ten people that were inspsired by that dream, people such as F.W. DeKlerk, former Prime Minister of South Africa, former racist and prison guard, Christo Brand and Mandela's daughter Zindzi who continues her father's legacy through her work with the children of South Africa666ocn059406185book19980.28De Klerk, F. WThe last trek-- a new beginning : the autobiographyBiographyAubiografie van de Zuid-Afrikaanse president (1936- )+-+6514185885331ocn028179573visu19920.28Apartheid's last standExamines how President F.W. de Klerk and Nelson Mandela have pushed through the peace process and made major compromises in negotiating the end of white minority rule in South Africa271ocn758476698visu20100.82Ferrari, AlainAfrique[s] une autre histoire du 20e siècleIndiqué sur la jaquette : La série "AFRIQUE(S), une autre histoire du XXe siècle" raconte 100 ans de l'histoire de l'Afrique, par la voix de ses grands acteurs, tous ceux qui, de près ou de loin, ont pris part à son réveil et l'ont fait entrer dans le XXIe siècle. Elle dévoile l'épopée des peuples africains qui, depuis les soubresauts de l'ère coloniale jusqu'aux grandes aventures de la démocratie et de l'unité africaine, ont été au cœur des grands bouleversements du siècle passé. En révélant pour la première fois cette mémoire de l'Afrique, cette série donne à tous l'occasion de découvrir une autre face de notre histoire commune, une autre histoire du XXe siècle171ocn028663985book19910.77De Klerk, F. WThe international road ahead for South Africa142ocn031252884book19910.82De Klerk, F. WFW, sê sy sê-- : aanhalings uit FW de Klerk se toesprake in die Parlement142ocn026875650book19910.80De Klerk, F. WAddress by the State President, Mr. F.W. De Klerk, DMS, at the opening of the Third Session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, Cape Town, 1 February 1991121ocn085929941book19910.33De Klerk, F. WDie Internasionale reaksie op die hervormingsinisiatief112ocn748559063visu20070.24Lives that changed the worldHistoryBiographyNelson Mandela spent 27 years in prison for standing up for what he believed. Slowly, from the remote prison in South Africa's Robben Island, he galvanized the world around his struggle to end apartheid. When Mandela was released from prison he entered a world that had been profoundly shaped by his dream. His story is told through the eyes of ten people that were inspired by that dream, people such as F.W. DeKlerk, former Prime Minister of South Africa, former racist and prison guard, Christo Brand and Mandela's daughter Zindzi who continues her father's legacy through her work with the children of South Africa73ocn038464109book19960.92De Klerk, F. WSubmission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission by Mr F W De Klerk, leader of the National PartyHistory52ocn044149397book19930.87De Klerk, F. WA new South Africa : extracts from speeches by the state president and the minister of constitutional development September 1989-February 199351ocn495367644visu2007Gibson, AngusMandela51ocn044995368book19970.95De Klerk, F. WMobilisering vir verandering en versoening in Suid-Afrika vandag : 'n vergelyking met Genl. Hertzog se ervaring51ocn024946400book19910.95De Klerk, F. WAddress by State President F.W. De Klerk, DMS, at the opening of the Third Session of the ninth Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, on Friday, 1 February 1991History41ocn720111907visu19990.29Skin Deep, 1960HistoryPersonal narrativesSkin deep examines the fight against legal, institutionalized racism in the United States and South Africa. In 1948, South Africa became unique among nations by writing segregation into the law of the land. The architects of apartheid took comfort in the fact that racial segregation was also found in the world's greatest democracy--the United States41ocn028089046book19930.92Schwarz, HarryPoverty corrodes freedom31ocn068925786book19960.47De Klerk, F. WF W De Klerk in Nederland : 12-15 november 1995 : toesprake31ocn180780946book20070.92Mandela, NelsonAn ideal for which I am prepared to dieTrials, litigation, etcSources31ocn759154168book20110.10Kenja no kotoba31ocn321015084visu20040.10The life and times of Nelson MandelaBiography8348ocn041537779book19980.28De Klerk, F. WThe last trek-- a new beginning : the autobiographyBiography"The Last Trek - A New Beginning is a frank and revealing autobiography which reflects both the author and his role during a remarkable period of history." "On becoming State President of South Africa in 1989, F.W. de Klerk set about dismantling apartheid, the system by which white South Africans had tried to entrench their right to ethnic self-determination in an overwhelmingly black continent. By releasing Nelson Mandela from prison in February 1990, he set in motion a chain of events which would lead to the first fully democratic elections in South Africa's history, on 27 April 1994." "This is the inside story of the South African miracle by the man who sacrificed his own power to make it happen."--Jacket+-+75687776857283ocn028548344book19930.29Ottaway, DavidChained together : Mandela, De Klerk, and the struggle to remake South AfricaThe story of the unlikely ties that bind the fates of Nelson Mandela and F.W. De Klerk as South Africa moves toward multiracial elections4814ocn070728815file19980.70Mungazi, Dickson AThe last defenders of the laager Ian D. Smith and F.W. de KlerkBiography+-+25851402752743ocn025372013book19910.50De Klerk, WillemF.W. de Klerk : the man in his timeBiographyBiografie van de president van Zuid-Afrika (geb. 1936)1013ocn032701062book19950.28Sparks, Allister HaddonTomorrow is another country : the inside story of South Africa's Negotiated RevolutionHistoryA story of the negotiations in the period leading up to South Africa's transformation from apartheid to non-racial democracy+-+2065784925324546ocn056332684visu20000.54South Africa freedom in our lifetimeCase studiesIn South Africa, a black "uprising" against the injustice of apartheid began in 1984. Many young blacks knew they could not win by violent force. Instead they organized at the grassroots-taking control of their own townships and making their grievances known to the white population. By withholding their buying power, the black population drove a wedge between the white business community and the apartheid regime. A nationwide state of emergency was imposed and continued for three years. In 1989, a new president F.W. De Klerk, released Nelson Mandela and negotiated a new constitution, which guaranteed equal rights for all South Africans362ocn046362477book19980.26De Klerk, F. WDie laaste trek : 'n nuwe begin, die outobiografieBiography351ocn025246201book19900.70Kamsteeg, AF.W. de Klerk, man of the momentBiography271ocn231746399book20080.70Meiring, MartieElita and her life with FW de KlerkBiography+-+5108959715324212ocn038259248book19970.77Giliomee, HermannSurrender without defeat : Afrikaners and the South African 'miracle'211ocn027174091book19890.67Apartheidʼs new face : an exposé of De Klerkʼs first 100 daysHistoryChronology192ocn029921765book19930.82Pannikar, K. MThe Mandela settlement182ocn212778847visu19970.21Sargent, JosephMandela and De KlerkHistoryDrama[Mandela & de Klerk]: On June 12, 1964 Nelson Mandela was sented to life imprisonment in what remains the most sensational treason trial in the history of South Africa. On February 2, 1990, President F.W. de Klerk announced that Nelson Mandela, having served 27 years in prison, would be released within seven days. Yet the world, and indeed most South Africans, knew little about how this momentous occasion came to pass. Until now181ocn026095609book19910.35Van Dijk, EvertF.W. de Klerk : biografieBiography171ocn795157534book20120.82Jennstål, JuliaTraits & talks : lessons about personality and deliberation from the negotiations between Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk172ocn024232362book19900.97President F.W. de Klerk : first year in office151ocn231746352book20080.31Meiring, MartieElita en haar lewe met FW de Klerk131ocn024304763book19900.95President F.W. De Klerk's visit to the United States of America, September, 1990131ocn222481173book19990.19De Klerk, F. WThe last trek : the new beginningBiography+-+4917828885324111ocn053110732score19980.67Caldwell, J. PaulHope for resolution : a song for Mandela and de KlerkMusic+-+6514185885+-+6514185885Fri Feb 13 11:07:52 EST 2015batch23087