VIOLENCE

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Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Gwen and Frank to Phyllis Naidoo.

Revolution in South Africa: An interview with Gerard Chaliand conducted by Professor Hermann Giliomee

Revolution in South Africa: An interview with Gerard Chaliand conducted by Professor Hermann Giliomee.

Letter from Edith to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Edith to Phyllis Naidoo.

The 1949 Durban riots

The object will be to investigate inter-group relations between Africans and Indians within the community, and to trace these relations to the outbreak of
violence......

1949 Durban Riots

On I3 January 1949, a minor incident in Durban precipitated three days of the most sustained rioting that South Africa had witnessed up to that time.

Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Susan to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Nellie to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Nellie to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Nellie to Phyllis Naidoo.

Letter from Nellie to Phyllis Naidoo.

Black Sash protest: Violence against women, from left: J Kerchhoff, F Wiggill, L Bassett, M Kleinenberg, J Clarence

Colour print 8.9 x 11

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

1949 Durban Riots

On 13 January 1949 an Indian store-keeper in central Durban assaulted an African youth. This incident resulted in a wave of violence, starting at the Indian market and soon spread throughout the suburbs of Durban and reached Pietermaritzburg by 19 January.

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