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|Notes:||"E. Ross - a descendant of survivors of those camps." - title page.
"Translations of sworn affidavits by women as survivors of the concentration camps, with comments in lecture style." - title page.
"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 p. : ill. ; 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This book should be seen as a historical document, not as a "book".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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