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The Death of a Nation to Oppression

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Human history has always been filled with wondrous achievements and innovations; however, human history also has its dark moments. One such dark moment was when the thought of slavery and superior races has been conceptualized.

In the book “How Things Fell Apart: A Short History of South Africa – 1488 to Present Day” author John H. Glover relays information regarding the mistreatment and abuse of South African natives since the early days of European domination over most countries. In those days European citizens considered themselves to be the superior race over the dark skinned natives found in South Africa. Since they were discovered, the African people were assaulted and forced into slavery.

How Things Fell Apart: A short History of South Africa – 1488 to Present Day
Written by John H. Glover
Paperback [$12.61
eBook [$4.99

Physical copies are available for delivery on Amazon, LitFire and other online book publishers. Grab a copy and learn about the rich history of South Africa.

About the author
John H. Glover was born on Oaks Plantation, Saint Helena Island, South Carolina and graduated from Saint Helena High School in 1961. He has eight years of experience being a member of the United State Air Force and was honorable discharged in 1969. After being discharged, he spent the next 35 years as an IT manager.

In 1994, he completed his undergraduate degree majoring in African history with a minor in United States history at the University of California Berkeley. It was thanks to his degree in African history that he discovered such terrible secrets regarding how a small group of European men were capable of subduing an entire nation.

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 South Africa
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 South Africa – 1488
 John H. Glover

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