[PDF] Download Í DF Malan and the Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism | by ☆ Lindie Koorts


  • Title: DF Malan and the Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism
  • Author: Lindie Koorts
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  • Page: 151
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  • In 1948 the Dutch Reformed minister D.F Malan led the National Party to victory and set up the policy of apartheid Today grimfaced photographs of NP leaders like Malan and his successors have come to symbolise a system of racial oppression.Yet, when Malan was asked on his deathbed what he considered the most important service he had rendered during his political career,In 1948 the Dutch Reformed minister D.F Malan led the National Party to victory and set up the policy of apartheid Today grimfaced photographs of NP leaders like Malan and his successors have come to symbolise a system of racial oppression.Yet, when Malan was asked on his deathbed what he considered the most important service he had rendered during his political career, he answered, that I could serve my nation that I could unite my people This biography tries to understand this contradiction how a man who earnestly sought to build a nation could also contribute to a legacy that continues to scar a country.Malan s personal and political life developed against the backdrop of the rise in Afrikaner nationalism in the years following the South African War To understand Malan the man is also to understand the people who elected him as their leader.
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    Commentaires:

    Warren
    I came across this book as a result of a review on a website. The book is really well written and does a great job of placing Malan within the context of the times in which he lived without judging Malan. What I found astounding is how little Malan was aware of the situation and lives of black South Africans. He was simply concerned with Afrikaner nationalism and didn't really care about anyone else. This is demonstrated most clearly in his meeting with Lloyd-George in Paris in 1919. When Lloyd- [...]

    Marnus Breed
    Interesting story told in great detail, bit of an arduous read though.

    Marco Gagiano
    A good insight into the personalities, religious and social drivers that led to the political system of apartheid South Africa. Just a terribly boring book to read.

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