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Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 10 November 1953

Fighting Talk - organ of the Springbok legion

Fighting Talk Volume 11 Number 9 September 1953

Fighting Talk

Five years of the United Democratic Front

Public statement for the United Democratic Front from 20 August 1983 to 20 August 1988 regarding its achievements over the five years.

Founding statement for the visit to Washington DC of a delegation of South African church leaders

Report about a visit to Washington DC by a delegation of South African church leaders namely, Allan Boesak, Frank Chikane, Beyers Naude and Desmond Tutu, to urge the US Administration to lift the State of Emergency, release political prisoners, to unban organisations such as the African National

Hard Times, Getting Harder - Party Report
Indian Opinion Vol.57 No.1 Jan 1959
Jail, bomb shock for banned Issel
Kennedy and NUSAS

An injection of black students into South Africa's student movement is needed, for black students would act through their vested interest in social change and not through their consciences alone.

Letter from Dot Cleminshaw
Letter from Dot Cleminshaw to Peter Brown
Letter from J D to Ray and Jack Simons

Letter from African National Congress in Zimbabwe to Ray and Jack Simons regarding their names on a list of banned immigrants.

Letter from Jane to Phyllis Naidoo

Many thanks for your letter. Yes, I’d seen the papers and was so pleased for your brother and all the family. I haven't visited your Mother again but hope to do so before I leave.

Letter from R Hallett to Peter Brown
Letter from Ray and Jack Simons to Mr S Mubako

Letter from Jack and Ray Simons to the Zimbabwe Minister of Home Affairs on getting their prohibited immigrant status overturned.

Letter to Jack Simons from Acting Principal Immigration Officer

Letter to Jack Simons refusing his application for a passport.

Letter to PC Pelser, Minister of Justice & of Prison
Liberal Opinion/Reality

Liberal Opinion (1961-1968) was published by the Liberal Party of South Africa which was established in 1953 by Alan Paton, after the National Government had won its second General Election.

Liberals Reject Violence
May You Live in Interesting Times
Meer - AD has crucial decision

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167 records found.