Bibliographic update January 2018: All

South African Historical Journal

The Un-making of the Group Areas Act: Local Resistance and Commercial Power in the Small Town of Mokopane
vol. 69 (4): 568-582
Unsettled History: Making South African Public Pasts
vol. 69 (4): 630-632
The Katangese Gendarmes and War in Central Africa: Fighting Their Way Home
vol. 69 (4): 626-630
Tribing and Untribing the Archive: Identity and the Material Record in Southern Kwa-Zulu Natal in the Late Independent and Colonial Periods
vol. 69 (4): 622-626
Apartheid and the Making of a Black Psychologist: A Memoir by N. Chabani Manganyi
vol. 69 (4): 632-635
The Kalahari Killings: The True Story of a Wartime Double Murder in Botswana, 1943
vol. 69 (4): 635-638
Breaking With the Old Pattern of Control: African Deputations to Britain from Southern Africa in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
vol. 69 (4): 501-547
‘Able to resist the attack of any enemy’? African Identity Formation, Colonial Attitudes and the Lower Kei Forts During the War of Ngcayecibi, 1877–1878
vol. 69 (4): 598-621
‘Comrade Professor’ – Phil Bonner
vol. 69 (4): 639-644
‘Young men like these … ’: The Volunteer Corps and the Emergence of the Settler Community in Colonial Natal
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Bechuanaland’s Aerial Pipeline: Intelligence and Counter Intelligence Operations against the South African Liberation Movements, 1960–1965
ONLINE EARLY
The Aftermath of the Cassinga Massacre: Survivors, Deniers and Injustices
ONLINE EARLY
Namibia's Liberation Struggle: The Mbita Version
ONLINE EARLY
Bechuanaland’s Aerial Pipeline: Intelligence and Counter Intelligence Operations against the South African Liberation Movements, 1960–1965
ONLINE EARLY
Breaking With the Old Pattern of Control: African Deputations to Britain from Southern Africa in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
ONLINE EARLY
The Aftermath of the Cassinga Massacre: Survivors, Deniers and Injustices
ONLINE EARLY
Namibia's Liberation Struggle: The Mbita Version
ONLINE EARLY
The Kalahari Killings: The True Story of a Wartime Double Murder in Botswana, 1943
ONLINE EARLY
‘Young men like these … ’: The Volunteer Corps and the Emergence of the Settler Community in Colonial Natal
ONLINE EARLY
Tribing and Untribing the Archive: Identity and the Material Record in Southern Kwa-Zulu Natal in the Late Independent and Colonial Periods
ONLINE EARLY
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