SMUTS, Volume two, The Fields of Force 1919 - 1950

By: W K Hancock

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SMUTS, Volume two, The Fields of Force 1919 - 1950 by W K Hancock
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Cambridge at the University Press, Cambridge - first edition, 1968. hardcover, 9 1/4" x 6", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped DJ. Dark-green cloth-bound boards with gold type to red spine label, tinted top edges, 11 b&w photographs, 2 cartoons, references, index. This second and final volume of Smuts's biography covers the decades of crucial conflict in which he was twice Prime Minister of South Africa but spent as many years in active opposition. His story as a fighter is at times triumphant, but at times tragic. His hand-written letters to friends, weekly over 30 years, have survived and clearly show his appreciation of twentieth century intellectual issues and world affairs. Original bookseller's label to front paste-down. Inside front flap is creased; jacket edges have wear.

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