History of the Kgalagadi National Park

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History of the Kgalagadi National Park

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History of the Kgalagadi National Park by Koos Marais - STN Printers Pretoria - first edition first impression March 2021
ISBN 978-0-620-92545-7
I bought this book at Twee Rivieren shop (R240) during our Aug/Sept visit - I've still to read it, but had a sneak peek or two
- thought I'd share this with other KTP lovers.
120 pages with lots of old pics and interesting info (including the Le Riche & Vilander families, the Nama War battle at Grootkolk and much more)
- can't wait to start the book.

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Looks interesting :thumbs_up:
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That should be a very interesting read. :thumbs_up:
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My dad would have loved this book. Looks really interesting,
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