Prison which housed Nelson Mandela in South Africa opens as museum

January 1997
Jet;01/20/97, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p19
Discusses Robben Island, the prison which housed South Africa's President Nelson Mandela as a political prisoner. How the house was turned into a museum known as the Museum of the Freedom Struggle of South Africa; Its notoriety as a symbol of apartheid; Its founding and close as a prison.


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