Apartheid

Apartheid (, especially South African English: , Afrikaans: [aˈpartɦɛit]; transl. "separateness", lit. "aparthood") was a system of institutionalised racial segregation that existed in South Africa and South West Africa (now Namibia) from 1948 to the early 1990s. Apartheid was characterised by an authoritarian political culture based on baasskap (boss-hood or boss-ship), which ensured that South Africa was dominated politically, socially, and economically by the nation's minority white population.

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The National Archives · 1 January 1979 English

discouraged contact between sportsmen from Commonwealth states and South Africa in response to apartheid; the implementation of the Gleneagles Agreement by other Commonwealth states; a visit by a British segregation in sports in South Africa. Documents in the file include a Commonwealth statement on apartheid in sport.

its acceptance of the Commonwealth Statement on Apartheid f . vi. in Sport known as the Gleneagles Agreement ahead without major incidents in spite of anti-apartheid demonstrations. Bias of reaction to the tour Government should not have acted at all. Anti- apartheid groups at home and abroad did not accept that South Africa from international sport in anti-apartheid I * I I • I circles. They quote the United United Nations Declaration Against - Apartheid in Sport (to which U.K. is not a signatory), the related


The National Archives · 1964 English

withdrawal of Hungarian tennis players from Wimbledon as a protest against South Africa's policy of apartheid. The ambassador also gave his support to the views of the British government, which argues that


The National Archives · 1 January 1979 English

discouraged contact between sportsmen from Commonwealth states and South Africa in response to apartheid; the possibility of the British Lions rugby team visiting South Africa; the possible response of

its acceptance of the Commonwealth Statement on Apartheid Bj in Sport known as the Gleneagles Agreement without major incidents in j ' spite of anti-apartheid demonstrations. Bias of reaction to the tour Government should not have acted at all. Anti-apartheid groups at home and abroad I | did not accept quote the United Nations Declaration Against Apartheid in Sport (to which U.K. is not a signatory), the


The National Archives · 1964 English

documents discuss the Soviet Union's decision to support an international boycott of trade with apartheid South Africa, resulting in the cancellation of a Soviet contract with De Beers, a South African


The National Archives · 1960 English

Indonesia in its struggle for independence. A joint communiqué was issued condemning colonialism and apartheid; defending Indonesian claims to West Irian; announcing the extension of trade and cultural relations;

Colonialism is represented as the major villain; the apartheid policy of the Union of South Africa is condemned;


The National Archives · 1 January 1980 English

A file containing documents relating to national minorities in the Soviet Union. Subjects covered in the file include the fate of the Crimean Tatars; changes in the political leadership of …

SUPPRESSION 1 AND PUNISHMENT OP THE CRIME OP APARTHEID 1 Reports submitted by States parties I under manifestations of the ideology and practice of apartheid and racial . I discrimination, which we regard are convincing evidence that such phenomena as apartheid, racism and racial discrimination are wholly intolerance towards colonialism, racism and. apartheid and evertliing which gives rise to them or preserver opposes all forms and manifestations of racism and apartheid, actively participates in international efforts




The National Archives · 1 January 1976 English

ultimate end the struggle against racialism, apartheid and Zionism, were a resolute warning to the Peking against imperialism, colonialism, neocolonialism, apartheid and Zionism. This manifested itself in the two



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