This ebook research the heritage of southern Africa, together with an summary of every of the international locations that include that zone of the continent.
Title: The background of Southern Africa
Author: Mckenna, Amy (EDT)
Publisher: Rosen Pub Group
Publication Date: 2011/01/15
Number of Pages: 220
Binding sort: LIBRARY
Library of Congress: 2010019433
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