Chief Albert Luthuli wins the Nobel Prize for Peace

Witness History

By BBC World Service

Chief Albert Luthuli wins the Nobel Prize for Peace

Wednesday, 9 December

When Chief Albert Luthuli won the Nobel Peace Prize he was living under a banning order in rural South Africa. He won the prize for advocating peaceful opposition to the Apartheid regime. His daughter Albertina spoke to Rob Walker for Witness History in 2010. Also listen to archive recordings of his acceptance speech. (Picture: Albert Luthuli receives the Nobel Peace Prize in 1961. Credit: Keystone/Hulton Archive)
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