The psychology and the lesson of the rand revolt, 1922 [brutus brutus] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. 1922 the revolt on the rand by: norman herd signed copy a first edition hardcover published by blue crane books in 1966 yellow cover boards with black writing to the spine, cover boards are agecoloured, binding is tight & strong, signed by the author on the back of the first title page with a gift inscription, dustjacket is mostly. In the summer of 1922, the heart of south africa was wracked by industrial strife, racial killing and insurrection this book reconstructs the extraordinary events of that year--the year of the rand revolt. Fighting for a white south africa: white working class racism and the 1922 rand revolt keith breckenridge i realized only quite recently—although i suppose i must have known it in an.
The rand rebellion of 1922, also referred to as the rand revolt or red revolt, occurred after a period of ongoing industrial unrest, when mining companies were faced with rising costs and a fall in the price of gold, leading to a sharp increase in the emloyment of cheap black labour at the exprense of protected and higher paid white labour. Rand revolt of 1922 rand revolt of 1922 and its economic and political repercussions - rand revolt of 1922 introduction introduction: in my essay i shall be discussing the rand revolt and its outcomes: why it began, who the leaders were, the end result of the fighting, political repercussions, economic repercussions and ending with my c. White rising: the 1922 insurrection and racial killing in south africa (review) the 1922 rand revolt was the last and most momentous of these upheavals beginning in.
The rand rebellion (also known as the rand revolt or second rand revolt - the jameson raid was the first) was an armed uprising of white miners on the witwatersrand mining belt in march 1922. The white workers strike (rand revolt) of 1922 in south africaaattempted to block the employment of skilled african workersbhelped the afrikaner (boer) nationalists gain the support of white workersccontributed to the defeat of jan smuts in the 1924 electiondall of the above. Revolt on the rand (1966) a careful and sympathetic account of the 1922 witwatersrand strike is inscribed to and signed by norman herd to the wife of samuel alfred taffy long, one of the strike leaders.
Norman herd (1966), 1922: the revolt on the rand, blue crane, johannesburg b hessian (1957), an investigation into the causes of the labour agitation on the witwatersrand, january to march 1922 , university of the witwatersrand ma dissertation. The white workers strike (rand revolt) of 1922 in south africa, homework help the white workers strike (rand revolt) of 1922 in south africaaattempted to block the employment of skilled african worke. 222 the rand revolt the first half of the book is organised around a number of analytical themes following a lucid introduction, the first chapter provides an overview of rand mining history and the political events leading to the strike.
The psychology and the lesson of the rand revolt, 1922 item preview remove-circle share or embed this item. The rand rebellion of 1922 was an armed uprising that is also referred to as the rand revolt or red revolt it occurred during a period of economic depression chat online. South africa's greatest crisis since the rand revolt of 1922 had begun the country was gripped by a spreading wave of african strikes, riots and demonstrations there was more shooting, more deaths. There was agitation among johannesburg's white miners as well, culminating in the general strike and rand revolt of 1922, in which over 200 people died the growth of manufacturing in the 1930s and 1940s brought an even greater influx of blacks into the city, especially during world war ii (1939 - 45), when many white workers were serving.
There was agitation among johannesburg's white miners as well, culminating in the general strike and rand revolt of 1922, in which over 200 people died. Norman herd is the author of 1922 the revolt on the rand (00 avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), the bent pine (00 avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), an. This article analyses the role of women in the witwatersrand strike-cum-rising of 1922 it demonstrates the dramatic female role in the 'commando' movement and in the violence of this time the way in which women used their sex to protect their men in confrontations with state forces the violence. The 1922 rand revolt was the last and most momentous of these upheavals beginning in january as a strike to defend racially exclusive privileges in the mining industry, the conflict escalated in february when prime minister smuts promised protection to miners willing to resume work.