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Transcript of nelson mandela
Some choices Mandela made in jail is read the poem
to keep his hope up
In June 1961 he was asked to lead the armed struggle and helped to establish Umkhonto we Sizwe (Spear of the Nation) which launched on 16 December 1961 with a series of explosions. He was arrested in a police roadblock outside Howick on 5 August while returning from KwaZulu-Natal where he had briefed ANC President Chief Albert Luthuli about his trip. On 9 October 1963 Nelson Mandela joined ten others on trial for sabotage in what became known as the Rivonia Trial. While facing the death penalty his words to the court at the end of his famous ‘Speech from the Dock’ on 20 April 1964.
About Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela went to jail for speaking his mind and trying to change the world but when he got out of jail after 27 year then he tried his best to change the world and became the president of south Africa.
Timeline of Nelson Mandela life
1918 Nelson Mandela is born
1927 Mandala's father dies and Mandela goes to live with Jongintaba
1940 Mandela is expelled from fort hare and flees to Johannesburg
1944 Mandela joins the anc and marries Evelyn ntoko mase
1948 apartheid begins
1952 the ANC leaf the defiance campaign Mandela and Oliver Tamboo open the first black law partner in the country
1956 the treason trial begins
1958 Mandela and Evelyn divorce Mandela marries Nomzamo Winfred Madikizela
1960 the Sharpeville massacre occurs
1961 the spear of the nation is founded
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Nelson Mandela and rugby
Mandela understood how crucial sport would be in uniting South Africa. He used rugby to completely unify South Africa as a whole. This idea worked and it showed at the 1995 Rugby World Cup when every person their watched the South African Springboks win.
Nelson Mandela did almost any thing to make the world right.
Nelson had a hard life many of his close friends and family died
This is what Nelson said after getting out of jail.
"I went for a long holiday for 27 years," Nelson Mandela once said of his years in prison.
It was another example of the dry, razor-sharp and often self-deprecating humor for which South Africa's first black president was famous.
The prison years ended in a cottage he had to himself in the garden of a jail near Cape Town then known as Victor Verster - with TV, radio, newspapers, a swimming pool and any visitors he wanted.
But he was still in prison. And the greatest number of years that he was in prison - 18 out of 27 - were spent on Robbin Island, where the contrast could not have been greater.''
What made Mandela a good leader
Nelson Mandela is often described as
- and kind person
He was a man that changed South Africa
1964 Mandela enter prison on robben island
1976 riots in Soweto
1977 Steve Biko is murdered
1982 Mandela is transferred to Pollsmoor prison
1990 Mandela was released from prison
1993 Mandela an De Klerk win the Nobel peace prize
1994 Mandela is elected president of south Africa
1996 Mandela and Winnie divorce
1998 Mandela marries Graca Machel
2005 Mandela announces his sons death
2013 Mandela dies on December
In conclusion Mandela did many thing to change the world epilepsy after got out of jail when he was there for about 27 years.
Mandela becomes president
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information about Nelson Mandela what he did i jail
from http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-23618727 Mandela death:
How he survived 27 years in prison
By Mike Wooldridge
BBC News, World affairs correspondent
11 December 2013
In 1994 Mandela ran against de Klerk and won the election by a landslide. He became the first black South African president and this marked the true unification through Nelson's actions.
Nelson Mandela forms Spear of the Nation and is arrested