As Great Britain began the rebuilding process after World War II, Parliament and military officials began to prioritize which colonies they would keep and which territories they would release. As many of these nations reached for independence, new problems arose, causing many violent conflicts.
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This is Apartheid, Time Magazine, 1962
High Rise Apartheid, Time Magazine 1972
The Question of South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 1984
Inaugural Address, Nelson Mandela, 1994