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Keywords October,townships,being arrested,black African men,White African men,trucks,police,police brutality,killings,Gauteng,apartheid,Johannesburg,protesters,horizontal,black and white image,South African history,Africa,South Africa,Drum Magazine,Sharpeville Police Station,1960,1960s,Sharpeville,
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Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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Description DM2004011529:SAED:POLITICS:OCT1960 - Five Months Nightmare - Sharpeville massacre. After the people's protest; after the Sharpeville killings; after 20 000 people had been detained; the goverment closed another in our countries history. There was to be no change. Apartheid and baasskap was here to stay. (Photograph by Peter Magubane, Ian Berry, G.R.Naidoo and W. Calder BAHA)
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