Why was Nelson Mandela important?

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On July 18,1918 Nelson Mandela was born, in Nvezo South Africa. He grew up in a village of Nvezo in Umtata the part of South Africa cape Drovince. Nelson Mandela live a normal life, he grew up with his 6 sister’s and 3 brother’s in there mother kraal in the village of Qunu where he spent much of his time playing outside with the other boys, his mother Noqaphi Nosekeni and his father Gadia Henry were illiterate.

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He really didn’t get to have a relationship with his father because his dad died when he was nine year old do to lung disease. When he was nine Nelson Mandela mother send him to a local Methodist school later on he went to Heaidtown Comprenensive high school. Nobody in influenced him the ones that influenced was Mathatma Gandhi, Walter Sisuiu and Albert lutuli . Nelson has 3 wives, his First wife was Evelyn Mase since 1944-1958 who has 3 kids with gim 2 boys and 1 girl , his second wife was Winnie Mandela since 1958-1996 who had 2 girls with Nelson Mandela, his last wife was Graca Michel he was 80 years old when he was with her they didn’t have kids together but all his wife played a big role in his life.

Nelson Mandela changed life in South Africa, the freedom and equality he gave them is still going amongst the people hearts. He wrote 30 books but his most popular book he wrote was the long walk to freedom it was published in 1994 by little brown, he wrote the book when he was just 27 years old.

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