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Umkhonto We Sizwe
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The first in-depth single-volume synthesis of the history of Umkhonto we Sizwe;Most of the material in the book is fresh from the archives - there is no alternative source in the secondary literature for most of the material that appears in these pages;This is a substantial book, at almost 600 pages, but the writing is concise and fast-paced;It captures the soldier's experience of what it is like to go on operations as an urban saboteur, or on campaign as a guerrilla fighter, because it is closely based on the perspective of participants;An honest account: defeats are defeats, victories are victories, and evidence rather than argument is offered in either case

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Thula Simpson is a senior lecturer in the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies at the University of Pretoria and an editor of the South African Historical Journal. His previous research on the ANC's armed struggle has been published in a number of journals, including the African Historical Review, African Studies, the Journal of Southern African Studies, the South African Historical Journal and Social Dynamics, as well as in edited book collections published by Wits University Press and the University of Cape Town Press. Umkhonto we Sizwe: The ANC's Armed Struggle is his first sole-authored book.

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