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Who is Albert Lutuli?
Albert Lutuli: Inkosi Albert John Lutuli, also known by his Zulu name Mvumbi, was a South African teacher and politician. Luthuli was elected president of the African National Congress, at the time an umbrella organisation that led opposition to the white minority government in South Africa. He was awarded the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the non-violent struggle against apartheid. He was the first African, and the first person from outside Europe and the Americas, to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
- also known as Лутули, Альберт; 艾伯特·卢图利
- born in (118 years ago) in Bulawayo
- ethnicity: Zulu people
- nationality: South Africa
- profession: Politician
- died on (48 years ago) in KwaDukuza
- written works: "For freedom in South Africa", "Portrait of Chief Lutuli"
- some of the awards:
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by Carl Skutsch
Ethnicity; South Africa Further Reading Benson, Mary, Chief Albert Lutuli of South Africa, London: Oxford University Press, 1963 Callan, Edward, Albert John Luthuli and the South African Race Conflict, Kalamazoo: Western Michigan University ...
Encyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)
Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly
The South African biographer Mary Benson published the only biography of Luthuli, Chief Albert Lutuli of South Africa (1963). Published four years before its subject's death, the biog- raphy is comprehensive, detailed, and carefully researched ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Albert Lutuli S.Af. Peter B. Medawar U.K. 1961 Robert Hofstadter U.S. Melvin Calvin U.S. Ivo Andri8; novelist Yugos. Georg von Békésy U.S.2 Dag Hammarskjöld Sweden Rudolf Mössbauer Ger. (posthumous award) 1962 Lev D. Landau ...
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