This richly illustrated history of Cape Town in the twentieth century tells the story of its residents, the world they have inhabited and the city they have made – beginning with the British colonial town poised on the brink of the Anglo-Boer War and ending with the modern African city, struggling with the legacy of social division and poverty yet approaching the new millennium with an undiminished sense of its beauty, history and identity.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-384-3, 1999, 275x215mm, 256 pages
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