A Collection of Thirty  publications related to the evolution of South Africa – from Boer republics, Apartheid to the post-Mandela era. 1. Denis Beckett, Madibaland / 2. Gavin Bell, Somewhere Over The Rainbow / 3. Trewhella Cameron, Jan Smuts: An Illustrated Biography / 4. Justin Cartwright, Not Yet Home: A South African Journey / 5. Apollon Davidson, Cecil Rhodes and His Time / 6. Eugene de Kock, A Long Night’s Damage: Working for the Apartheid State / 7. John Fisher, Paul Kruger: His Life and Times / 8. Darrell Hall, The Hall Handbook of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902 / 9. Pat Hopkins, Eccentric South Africa: A Celebration of Extraordinary People and Places / 10. Stanley Jackson, The Great Barnato / 11. Phyllis Scarnell Lean, One Man in his Time: A Pictorial Review of the Life of Jan Christian Smuts, May 24th 1870 – September 11th 1950 / 12. Rian Malan, My Traitor’s Heart / 13. Richard Mendelsohn, Sammy Marks: ‘The Uncrowned King of the Transvaal’ / 14. Mike Nicol, The Waiting Country: A South African Witness / 15. Ellen Palestrant, Johannesburg One Hundred: A Pictorial History / 16. Richard Rive, ‘Buckingham Palace’, District Six (2 copies) / 18. David Robbins, Driving South / 19. David Robbins, The 29th Parallel: A South African Journey / 20. Kevin Shillington, History of Southern Africa / 21. J.C. Smuts, Jan Christian Smuts / 22. Allister Sparks, Beyond the Miracle: Inside the New South Africa / 23. Allister Sparks, The Mind of South Africa: The Story of the Rise and Fall of Apartheid / 24. Allister Sparks, Tomorrow is Another Country: The Inside Story of South Africa’s Negotiated Revolution / 25. Lester Venter, When Mandela Goes: The Coming of South Africa’s Second Revolution / 26. René De Villiers and S. Brooke-Norris, The Story of the Rand Club / 27. John Wentzel, A View from The Ridge: Johannesburg Retrospect / 28. Geoffrey Wheatcroft, The Randlords: The Men who Made South Africa / 29. Zapiro, Dr Do-Little and the African Potato: Cartoons from Sowetan, Mail & Guardian and Sunday Times / 30. The Staff of Johannesburg Consolidated Investment Company, The Story of ‘Johnnies’ (1889-1964): A History of the Johannesburg Consolidated Investment Company Limited.
London / Johannesburg / Moscow / And Others, Victor Gollanz / Penguin Books / Arrow / Progress Publishers / And Others, 1952 – 2002. 11 cm x 18 cm to 22 cm x 28.5 cm. Circa 7,800 pages. Numerous plates throughout volumes. 9 hardcovers (7 with dustjackets) and 21 softcovers with decorated boards. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Some internal browning to some volumes but most are clean and bright. Crack at hinge of front board near head of spine of ‘Sammy Marks’ Volume. Binding still firm and strong.