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|Notes:||"E. Ross - a descendant of survivors of those camps."
"Translations of sworn affidavits by women as survivors of the concentration camps, with comments in lecture style."
"Elma Ross (nee Venter) comes from South Africa. Her grandparents were in the concentration camps of Anglo Boer War II (1899 - 1902)."--Back cover.
|Description:||xvi, 171 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Responsibility:||by E. Ross.|
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This book should be seen as a historical document, not as a "book". The translations were done in a way to give the original authors / speakers "voice". And interesting comparison was drawn between the Boer Republics, and Saudi Arabia: at both places precious commodities were discovered;...
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