Apartheid foe Huddleston dies

May 1998
Christian Century;05/06/98, Vol. 115 Issue 14, p470
Profiles Anglican Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, who died on April 20, 1998 in Mirfield, Northern England. Involvement with the British Anti-Apartheid Movement; Details on his efforts as a campaigner against apartheid; Views on Huddleston.


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