Rivonia trial typescript, [microform].


Rivonia trial typescript, [microform].

Unpublished typescript of "The Rivonia Trial" by J. G. Jaffe and M. Koff. The authors discuss the arrest, trial, and the 1964 conviction of eleven members of the African National Congress, including Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6718095

Yale University Library

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