The iconography of Afrikaner nationalism and Ossewa-Brandwag's 'ideal of freedom' in the South African internment camps of the Second World War
The emergency measures of the Union government under Jan Smuts had a strong impact on the Ossewa-Brandwag (OB) during the Second World War. The OB was especially targeted by the government because of its overt pro-German and anti-British stance and its active resistance against the war effort. The i...
Historical Association of South Africa
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