The Unofficial War in Natal: Pietermaritzburg Under the Knife

The Unofficial War in Natal: Pietermaritzburg Under the Knife

This paper reflects on David Philips' book An Unofficial War,1990, which was written in an attempt to expose the extent and the impact of the war – to lift a corner of the carpet under which this unsightly violence has been swept.

 

The Unofficial War in Natal
Matthew Kentridge
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Matthew Kentridge is a former Researcher for the Innes Labour Brief.

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