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Nelson was a young South African with a reputation for trouble-making. Who would have thought he would one day lead his people to freedom? Nelson grew up at a time when black South Africans suffered terrible injustice. He was determined to change this - even if it meant grave personal danger. Twenty seven years of his life were spent in prison, and everyone seemed to be against him - even his own family - but Nelson never stopped fighting for what he believed in: true equality for all, no matter what the colour of their skin.

The story of Nelson Mandela - Adrian Hadland

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Title
The story of Nelson Mandela - the prisoner who became a president
Author
Adrian Hadland
format
Hardback
Publisher
Short Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20180906

Nelson was a young South African with a reputation for trouble-making. Who would have thought he would one day lead his people to freedom? Nelson grew up at a time when black South Africans suffered terrible injustice. He was determined to change this - even if it meant grave personal danger. Twenty seven years of his life were spent in prison, and everyone seemed to be against him - even his own family - but Nelson never stopped fighting for what he believed in: true equality for all, no matter what the colour of their skin.

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Dr Adrian Hadland is a senior lecturer at the University of Stirling. He was a journalist for more than 15 years, based mainly in South Africa, where he covered the transition from apartheid to democracy. He has published 20 books.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Presidents - South Africa - Biography - Juvenile literature.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
96

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