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White Lies: Canon John Collins and the Secret War Against Apartheid (2004 Paperback)


£15.00

Very good condition used 2004 Edition Paperback.

Published by James Currey Publishers, Oxford.
Author: Denis Herbstein.
ISBN: 0852558856. ISBN: 9780852558850.
Approx dims: 200mm h x 130mm w x 25mm d.

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White Lies: Canon John Collins and the Secret War Against Apartheid

Condition and Description:

Very good condition used 2004 Edition Paperback.

Published by James Currey Publishers, Oxford, UK.
Author: Denis Herbstein.
ISBN: 0852558856. ISBN: 9780852558850.
Approx dims: 200mm h x 130mm w x 25mm d.

Intact clean glossy condition pictorial covers with slight creasing, rubbing and signs of handling. Intact slightly rolled spine. 386 clean pages of English text, no inscriptions. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of White Lies: Canon John Collins and the Secret War Against Apartheid:

The remarkable unofficial activities of John Collins, both the Canon of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London and an eminent antiapartheid activist and organizer, is detailed in this account of his life and work.

John Collins, Canon of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, was the Englishman white South Africans most loved to hate. The organisations founded by Canon Collins, the International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF) and Christian Action, depended on the work of volunteers across the world. The secrecy with which Aid Fund and Christian Action, depended on the work of volunteers across the world. The secrecy with which they operated is why the story of these networks has been virtually unknown.