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The years of red dust : aspects of the effects of the great depression on Natal, 1929-1933.
The Great Depression has received relatively little attention from South African historians and economists. Most studies of the period concentrate almost exclusively on political aspects, and ignore the economic realities. ...
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies and politics, 1930-1978.
The pivot around which the controversy over the Board's political policy revolved was the question whether a collective Jewish attitude towards the government's racial policies should be formulated, or whether this was the ...
The levying of forced African labour and military service by the colonial state of Natal.
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Society, economy and criminal activity in colonial Natal, 1860-1893.
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White farmers, social institutions and settler masculinity in the Natal Midlands, 1880-1920.
The midlands was the first area occupied and farmed by white settlers. It became the agricultural heartland of colonial Natal. Its farmers became politically and economically powerful. Their success rested on the construction ...
Durban 1824-1910 : the formation of a settler elite and its role in the development of a colonial city.
The formation of a settler elite and its role in colonial Durban's urban development between 1854 and 1910 have been studied. In this instance of early colonial capitalism, local business leaders readily established an ...