Armed and Trained: Nelson Mandela's 1962 Military Mission as Commander in Chief of Umkhonto we Sizwe and Provenance for his Buried Makarov Pistol

@article{Benneyworth2011ArmedAT,
  title={Armed and Trained: Nelson Mandela's 1962 Military Mission as Commander in Chief of Umkhonto we Sizwe and Provenance for his Buried Makarov Pistol},
  author={Garth Conan Benneyworth},
  journal={South African Historical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={63},
  pages={101 - 78}
}
  • G. Benneyworth
  • Published 1 March 2011
  • History, Political Science
  • South African Historical Journal
Abstract Firearms are inextricably linked to the history of South Africa's liberation struggle and experiences of decolonisation, liberation, and independence for many African countries. Firearms are often perceived as symbols of emancipation from colonial rule, and military leaders, such as Nelson Mandela, who commanded Umkhonto we Sizwe, are no exception, for he is associated with numerous handguns, military weapons and military ordnance during 1962, in particular to a Makarov pistol… 

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