Papers of Peter Hjul on the Liberal Party of South Africa and civil rights, 1954-1968; comprising papers of the Civil Rights Defence Committee, 1962; papers of the Defence and Aid Fund, 1961-1965, including report on prison conditions relating to, and medical treatment of detainees in the Transvaal; papers of the Liberal Party of South Africa, 1954-1962, including election posters and leaflets, papers on Cape Provincial Congress, 1962, undated open letter to Alan Paton and copies of publications Liberal News and Contact .
HJUL, Peter (fl 1954-1968)
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 101 ICS 33
- Dates of Creation1954-1968
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description22 items
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Administrative / Biographical History
The multiracial Liberal Party of South Africa was founded in 1954, and was forced to disband under the Prohibition of Political Interference Act of 1968.
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