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Nelson Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom

A Long Walk To Freedom : The Autobiography Of Nelson Mandela

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  • What buyers say about Nelson Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom

    In this book, Nelson Mandela tells us about his education, his career as a lawyer, and how he fought against the apartheid system in South Africa that took place in 1948, and was abolished in 1994.

    I have just started reading Nelson Mandela's book and I am very excited to spend lots of time with the great Madiba.

    I rarely read autobiographies, preferring biographies written by professional historians and writers, who are more objective and have the benefit of hindsight if historical relevance falls back on.

    I have ordered a work on the history of South Africa, but the autobiography of Nelson Mandela should be sufficient to give me the information I need to know about his life and the struggles he faced.

    The only thing my father bestowed upon me at birth was a name, Rolihlahla, because he had a connection to the Thembu royal house, and it's a testament to what he went on to do for the rest of us.

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