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Smuts

Jan Christiaan . 1870--1950, South African statesman; prime minister (1919--24; 1939--48). He fought for the Boers during the Boer War, then worked for Anglo-Boer reconciliation and served the Allies during World Wars I and II
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Johan Smuts sal ook onthou word vir sy werk as lid van die Letterkundekommissie van die Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, vanaf 1990 tot 2007.
Smuts gave permission for the translation and publication of Holism and evolution and it was eventually published in 1938 and translated by H.
Replacing sewer Rue de la Loi / General Smuts Street located Bolnes neighborhood in the municipality of Ridderkerk.
While he has not won since claiming an amateur riders' ''' event at Musselburgh in May, Jan Smuts has certainly been holding his own for trainer Wilf Storey, bouncing back from a mid-season low to be trouble the judge again lately.
Smuts remarks that before 1918, when all university colleges were still part of the University of South Africa, teachers of Classics in the various colleges met more frequently.
And we will move with caution, prudence and due diligence," Smuts said.
Smuts had refused to support boundary revisions while he had a parliamentary majority as, for him, adherence to the 1910 settlement was a matter of good faith.
The Strange Disappearance of Jan Christian Smuts and What It Can Teach Americans
Mazower shows that Smuts and Zimmern engaged in a similar moralizing discourse.
However, it had been specially planned to prevent the nuisance of smoke and smuts on the passenger decks.