London Recruits - Edited by Ken Keable

From the Morning Star

Tuesday 17 April 2012

Think back to the depressing days of apartheid South Africa in the mid-1960s, after the political and military vanguard of the liberation movement had been sentenced to decades in jail.

The apartheid regime was cock-a-hoop over its success in arresting the cream of the banned African National Congress and Communist Party and was intent on erasing the public memory of both organisations and their leading personalities.

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