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  • Political Parties and Nationalism in South Africa
  • A. Brady


1. Olive Schreiner, Thoughts on South Africa, p. 256.

2. Eric Walker’s The Frontier Tradition in South Africa (1930) is an essay of interest.

3. The incident is described by F. V. Engelenburg, General Louis Botha (1929), p. 244.

4. Some of the instigators of the rebellion intended it merely to be a. “gewapende protest” (armed protest) in the fashion of frontier Boers in the nineteenth century. For remarks on this subject, see Sir J. Percy Fitzpatrick, South African Memoirs (1932), p. 213.

5. Round Table, X, p. 685.

6. P. V. E. Evans, “Nationalism in South Africa” (Nineteenth Century, November, 1927).

7. Act No. 40 of 1927.

8. The complete title became the United South African National party.

9. House of Assembly Debates. 1934, p. 2082.

10. Cape Times, April 5, 1938.

11. Report of the Low Grade Ore Commission (1932), para. 21

12. Debates of the House of Assembly, 1934, p. 2099. The speaker was J. G. Strydom.

13. Hertzog has since resigned from the leadership of the new party, being out of sympathy with the republican ideas of other prominent members.

14. Quoted in the Forum (Johannesburg), July 27, 1940.

15. Olive Schreiner, Thoughts on South Africa, p. 277.

16. The Poor White Problem in South Africa, Report of the Carnegie Commission, V, p. 26.

17. South Africa Act, section 137.

18. U.G. 4, 1931, p. 79.



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