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Walter Sisulu
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Description DM2000022207:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:MAY1962 - Where Do We Go From Here? - Ask Treason Trialists. Walter Sisulu. When the Treason Trial finally collapsed and the defendants were released, happy people embraced each other. Parties were held. But when rejoicing died down, men and women faced the job of earning their interrupted living. How will they make out? Walter Sisulu "My opposition to the government's policies has not ended. I want to write an article about the situation here and to carry on with my agency work. My wife was the main surpport for our family during the trial." (Photograph by Peter Magubane Baileys Archives)
City Johannesburg
Country South Africa
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Location Johannesburg, South Africa
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Media Id 42_983
Creation_date 2008-02-15T20:42:57
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Title Walter Sisulu
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Keywords South African history,Africa,South Africa,Drum Magazine,black and white image,1962,vertical,May,1960s,Walter Sisulu,Treason Trial,anti-apartheid,freedom fighters,portrait,head and shoulders,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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