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Description People's Hero Bram Fischer Born in April, 1908, Bram was the son of a Judge President of the Orange Free State and grandson of a Prime Minister of the Orange River Colony. A Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, in qualifying as a barrister he practised in Johannesburg where he was elected to the Bar Council and for some years was its chairman. He led the defence in a number of political trials including the 1956-'60 Treason Trial and the Rivonia Trial. He was a member of the Communist Party and a founder-member of the People's Army, MK. Finally arrested in 1965, he was sentenced to life imprisonment and died of cancer under the bad prison conditions. To distroy apartheid, Bram once said 'demands also that Afrikaaners themselves should protest openly and clearly against discrimination'. DIE STRYD DUUR VOORT! Forward to People's Power
Keywords Bram Fisher, posters, hero, ANC, African National Congress, MK, Rhodes scholar, Communist Party, lawyer
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