1899: The Long March Home – Elsabé Brink (Signed by the author)

R300.00

– A little-known incident in the Anglo-Boer War –

“In 1899, 7000 black migrant workers walked all the way from Johannesburg back to Natal to avoid being trapped by the looming Anglo-Boer War. The march was arranged and led by J S Marwick, an employee of the Natal government. This is a recreation of the long march home.”

Price: R300.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1999

Publishers: Kwela Books

ISBN: 9780795700897

Condition: Near-pristine condition.

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– A little-known incident in the Anglo-Boer War –

“In 1899, 7000 black migrant workers walked all the way from Johannesburg back to Natal to avoid being trapped by the looming Anglo-Boer War. The march was arranged and led by J S Marwick, an employee of the Natal government. This is a recreation of the long march home.”

Price: R300.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1999

Publishers: Kwela Books

ISBN: 9780795700897

Condition: Near-pristine condition.

Additional information

Weight 245 g