Howard refuses, and the white guards
, driver, and "local boys on the bus" kill him.
There are these big white guards
just before the exit and that's where I like to hide.
In prison, Mandela resisted humiliation of various forms, started growing a vegetable garden, and managed to cultivate civil and even friendly relations with his white guards
. As his fame and influence grew, he began to consider how South Africa could be changed more effectively through nonviolent protests than through the barrel of a gun.
Sure, a bloodbath flooded D Yard, but hey, the dead were mostly rural working-class white guards
and urban black prisoners.
Sergei, having joined the White Guards
during the civil war, was, upon their defeat, sent to Turkey and thence to Czechoslovakia and France, by then thoroughly disillusioned about his participation in the war.
The book proves that nearly all the forces fighting in Russia's Civil War held anti-Semitic attitudes, from the pro-Monarchy White Guards
to the Bolsheviks, and a wide assortment of local paramilitary and separatist groups.
Turner also plays the race card, heavy-handedly stoking tensions between the white guards
and the largely African-American inmate population.
The war against the Bolshevik, the conflict on the Adriatic, the race riots, the struggle between labor and capital, all fade into the background just now; the one topic of transcendent interest, the one great issue, is the struggle now being fought out between the White Guards
from that great city which certain of its own poets have hailed as "hog butcher to the universe" and the warlike Reds from the Metropolis of Malt.
are easily disabled by a single prisoner, perhaps because these guards believe in the myth of the overpowering black brute with superhuman strength.
In reaction to revolutionary challenges, land owners have resorted to the creation of white guards
to terrorise their enemies.
Other testimony confirmed that white guards
were the chief seekers of sexual services, primarily from light-skinned black women.