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Moorosi: A South African king's battle for survival Paperback – August 15, 2012
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This book should be read by those interested in South African history. Also those English speaking white South Africans who wrongly believe that all the brutality towards people of color across the centuries was the work of Boers (Afrikaners) and not the sons of England who wanted to do no more than bring Christianity, justice and civilization to a savage Africa.
Recommended - may make the reader want to visit the Lesotho where most of the action takes place.
It taught me some things about Cape Colony and Lesotho history that I did not know about. Enjoyed.
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Put aside your favorite Ken Follett and Wilbur Smith novels. Here is a work of historic fact turned into a novel that reflects on the world of a proud and independent people. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by Peter Vassilopoulos
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