This book provides new insights into the operation of the liberation movements during the 1960s. This it does by drawing on previously untapped documentary sources such as trial records, state archives, and the archives of the liberation movements themselves. More important, however, it includes the voices and experiences of scores of liberation veterans, who courageously and selflessly fought the apartheid regime in the 1960s; and who paid heavily for this either through lengthy jail sentences, exile, or a combination of both. Their life experiences have been recorded by a team of researchers working for the South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET) in different parts of the country whose labours have yielded an incomparably rich archive of taped personal testimonies. This is SADET's particular legacy to the future.


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