Massacre at Dimawe Hill: How a Bible view ignited a war tells the dramatic true story of a pivotal 1852 battle in the South African interior between the white Boer settlers and the indigenous BaKwena people.
It outlines the settlers' claim to the land, their attitude to the indigenous people and how parts of the Bible were the inspiration for their actions, which became the basis of the white supremacist policy under which South Africa was later governed until the move to democracy and the release of Nelson Mandela 150 years later.
Was their Bible interpretation right?
Are we doing the same thing today?
Decide for yourself
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