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Secondhand, hardcover, good condition, 280 pages

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Excellent history that has been suppressed for too long

My parents lived through the WW2 in South Africa and observed the seditious nature unfolding.
I grew up reading their stories
When I read this book in 1985, I told my father who discussed rolepayers I was unaware of
Shortly after our chat, I received a phone call - it was Lucas Strachan, the policeman who arrested Leibrandt
He told me of the events as only a policeman would - like an affidavit!!
It turned out he and my father were childhood friends.
A few years later, one of my colleagues asked to read this book.
His father was a detective assigned to trace Leibrandt!
Needless to say, his SAP career was not rosy after the Nats assumed power and he left the force.
The book is a fascinating record of events and in many case horrifying to see who was complicit in the sedition and how their records at Mil Int "disappeared"!

 

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