After the brutal South African security police repression of 1963/66 that decimated the black and white internal political opposition to apartheid, with most of the liberation leaders being jailed, exiled or forced so far underground as to be unable to operate, especially after the loss of the means of being able to print and distribute leaflets and literature, there mysteriously appeared signs that the outlawed ANC (African National Congress) was still in business.
The London Recruits had began their campaign. Many were recruited, but by no means exclusively, from the ranks of the Young Communist League (YCL) and the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPBG) in London. These brave young men and woman risked their freedom, careers and often their lives to bring hope, belief and motivation to the black and coloured majority population of a country ruled by an evil, white, racist minority. Go to www.amazon.co.uk