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Lutuli Nobel Speech Heard for First Time in S.A.

Friday, 04 November 2011 09:22 Published in Archives

Original article reporting on events at unveiling of Chief Luthuli's tombstone, five years after his death and funeral. Part of Luthuli's Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech was played at the ceremony and this was the first time many people were able to hear it.

Statements and addresses of Chief Albert : Introduction

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:16 Published in Archives
Statements and addresses of Chief Albert : Introduction. Three page introduction to Yengwa's manuscript on Luthuli's statements and addresses. Details conditions in which and from which Luthuli made addresses.

The development of the liberatory struggle

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:14 Published in Archives
The development of the liberatory struggle. Speech given by Yengwa concerning the Liberation Struggle.

Albert Luthuli in sy afwesigheid gehuldig

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:13 Published in Archives

Report refers to difficulties faced by Luthuli in obtaining a passport from the Apartheid Government so that he could travel to Norway to receive in person the Nobel Peace Prize for 1960.

Nat MPC condemns Cape Speeches

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:11 Published in Archives
Nat MPC condemns Cape Speeches. Report that Nationalist Party member discards Kennedy's speech as ignorant off South African situation.

Kennedy brings back echo of Macmillan

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:10 Published in Archives
Kennedy brings back echo of Macmillan. Report drawing comparisons between Macmillan's "winds of change" speech and Kennedy's Day of Affirmation address

Well done Luthuli!

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:09 Published in Archives
Well done Luthuli! Digital copy. Short comment praising tone and content of Luthuli's speech in Oslo.

Lutuli sings, brings crowd to its feet

Monday, 17 October 2011 17:09 Published in Archives
Lutuli sings, brings crowd to its feet. Digital copy. Article reporting that Luthuli ended his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech with a rendition of Nkosi Sikilele Afrika

The Winds of Change

Monday, 17 October 2011 16:59 Published in Audio Visual

The Winds of Change. Double CD containing tracks of key music and moments in South Africa's Liberation Movement.

CD 1: Track 4: Speech excerpt from Nobel Prize Award: Chief Albert Luthuli.

Speech of a Nobel Prize-Winner, The Gell Memorial Address by A J Lutuli. Delivered by ????? As Luthuli was banned at the time.
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