Rivonia Unmasked! The South African State’s Case Against Nelson Mandela, 1964
New edition. First published in 1965, this is the white South African government’s official version of the famous 1963-1964 “Rivonia Treason Trial,” which saw eight top South African Communist Party (SACP) and African National Congress (ANC) leaders, Nelson Mandela included, sentenced to life imprisonment for their plan to seize power by violence and turn South Africa into a Marxist state.
Evidence at the trial showed that the USSR, Algeria, China, Czechoslovakia and East Germany all supported the plot and that the ANC and the SACP planned an invasion. The book contains suppressed revelations on the ANC/SACP axis, and it also demonstrates how the apartheid government was delusional, believing that the ANC did not represent the majority of blacks. Two new appendices show that Mandela, despite his many denials, was a high-ranking member of the SACP, and that the ANC was propped up by Communist Party Jews.
Softcover, 186 pages, #828