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From South Africa's perspective

Page history last edited by Liat K. 12 years, 6 months ago

Click on the link to open the timeline for South Africa.

South Africa Timeline Revised.pdf

 

 

The amazing timeline you just viewed was devised by Liat K.

 

What are the main turning points that lead to the establishment of the apartheid laws?

 

  

 

Answers to Guiding Questions 

Bibliography

South Africa Home Page 

Comments (9)

Hannah S said

at 12:06 pm on Apr 14, 2009

i really like your timeline

Sumukh S. said

at 12:46 pm on Apr 16, 2009

ur timeline should be on the internet

Emily K. said

at 12:46 pm on Apr 16, 2009

You're timeline is really awesome!

Courts said

at 9:58 pm on May 11, 2009

I like the timeline, it's a little hard to read though. Having to scroll down and read across is a little hard too. The infomation is good though I like how it's put in a way everyone can read. Some photographs and maybe something from the current date eg. 2009, would be good too.

Liat K. said

at 12:08 am on May 13, 2009

If you open the pdf file it is more clear and easier to read.

lin0001 said

at 1:07 am on May 15, 2009

I like your timeline. Your information is well set out but a bit hard to read.

Liat K. said

at 2:12 pm on May 17, 2009

You might have already done this but if you enlarge the size on the pdf file it is easier to read.

Mr. Bill Campbell said

at 9:12 am on May 18, 2009

Liat, Audrey, and Clifford,
Nice job on your project. If you'd like your PDF to be viewable on your page and allow people to view it without having to have a PDF reader installed on their computers, you could upload your file to a service like www.scribd.com and use the code available under the embed tag in Scribd to embed that on your wiki page here. You would insert the embed code by copying it from Scribd then going to the Edit page here and using Insert Plugin > PBworks magic > HTML/JavaScript.

Ariela Noy said

at 3:33 pm on May 24, 2009

Truly terrific work.

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