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Sharpeville massacre - how it began
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Title Sharpeville massacre - how it began
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Collections Baileys African History Archive
Pixel Size 2648 x 1647
City Johannesburg
Browse_path Bailey's African History Archive/Drum Social Histories
Colour Components 3
Royalty Free No
Dpi 300
Country South Africa
Media Id 43_864
Populated 1
Orientation panoramic
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Description DM2004011516:SAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:MAY1960 - Five Months Nightmare - After the people's protest; after the Sharpville killings, after 20 000 people had been detained; after 156 days of night mare, the Government closed another chapter in our country's history. There was to be no change. Apartheid and baaskap were to stay. (Photgrapg by Drum Photographer BAHA) pass demontration around the Union
Creation_date 1960-03-21T00:00:00
Ingestion_path Africa Media Online/Bailey's African History Archive/Drum Social Histories
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Model Release MR-NON
Location Sharpeville
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Keywords Drum Magazine,killings,police brutality,violence,marching,protesters,police,white African people,black African people,Johannesburg,apartheid,Sharpeville,1960s,1960,Sharpeville Police Station,May,South African history,Africa,South Africa,crowds,horizontal,black and white image,
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