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Indian family during the Siege of Kimberly

Indian family during the Siege of Kimberly

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi

Anti Indian agitation mass meeting at Victoria Cafe in 1917hi

 

Colonial born Indian Conference - 1925. (Framed)

Indian Conference

Mass meeting

Mass meeting at Point Protest against further Indentured Immigration  addressed by Harry Escombe

12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Advocate Geoff Budlender

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Advocate Geoff Budlender

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Geoff Budlender delivering the lecture

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Mike Cowling (left), Geoff Budlender, Professor Ahmed Bawa and Professor John Aitchison (right)

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Geoff Budlender delivering the lecture

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Geoff Budlender delivering the lecture

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Geoff Budlender delivering the Alan Paton Lecture

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Advocate Geoff Budlender

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Geoff Budlender and Mike Cowling

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12th Alan Paton Lecture 2005 given by Geoff Budlender: Advocate Geoff Budlender at the Alan Paton Centre & Struggle Archives

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Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

Indian Volunteer Corps. (1939 - 1945).

The British Indian Army during World War II began the war, in 1939, numbering just under 200,000 men. By the end of the war, it had become the largest volunteer army in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in August 1945

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