New York: Centre Against Apartheid, United Nations, 1983. First Edition. Slim octavo (21cm); photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled; 24pp; illus. A Fine copy.
Richly-illustrated pamphlet, prepared by the UN Special Committee against Apartheid, giving a brief account of aggression by South Africa towards the People's Republic of Angola. "The People's Republic of Angola has been the worst victim of apartheid aggression, suffering the loss of untold lives and damage estimated at ten billion dollars. For it was born in defiance of the nefarious plans of the Pretoria regime to bring that country under a dependent regime and gave its hospitality to the national liberation movements of South Africa and Namibia" (p.5). OCLC notes 9 holdings in U.S. institutions.