• Slide 1

    Front de Liberation National attacks French convoy - Algeria, 1957
    source: Photograph © Kryn Taconis

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    Right-wing Afrikaners at a typical AWB rally - Church Square, Pretoria, Sept 23, 1989
    source: photograph © Greg Marinovich

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    The migrant workers' hostel destroyed in the clashes between IFP and ANC supporters - Oct 1990, Tokza, Gauteng
    source: photograph © Greg Marinovich

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    US President Ronald Reagan and South African Foreign Minister R. F. “Pik” Botha, discuss nuclear testing - 15 May 1981, Washington
    source: www.wilsoncenter.org

  • Slide 5

    Mrs Yibanami Khumalo and Dr Ben Khumalo exchanging experiences with others at the Protestant Congregation Markuskirchengemeinde - Düsseldorf, Germany, 11 May 1986.
    source: www.benkhumalo-seegelken.de

  • Slide 6

    Haile Selassie receives war bonnet and name "Great Buffalo High Chief" from Acee Blue Eagle - Oaklahoma June 18, 1954
    source: www.okayafrica.com

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