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South Africa 1906-1961; the price of magnanimity.
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Louis Botha was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, a union he did much to create in the decade after the devastation of the Anglo-Boer War. During the war Botha was a brilliant young Boer general who through his battlefield strategy won significant victories over the . South Africa, the price of magnanimity. Mansergh, Nicholas. Published by Allen and Unwin () Used. Nicholas Mansergh. Published by Macmillan & Co. For The Mind Association () ISBN 10 Winghale Books (South Kelsey, LINCS, United Kingdom) Seller Rating: Add to Basket. £ 9. Convert currency.
Pres Thabo Mbeki of South Africa says his government will pay reparations totaling $85 million to more t victims of apartheid crimes who . Of South Africa's m whites, about 3m are Afrikaners. Most supported the apartheid National Party, which ruled South Africa for nearly half a century, from to
After serving for six years as prime minister, P. W. Botha became the first executive state president of the Republic of South Africa in His administration was marked by tension and riots. He tried to improve conditions for nonwhite residents of South Africa, but . At the Peace of Versailles, representing South Africa, he pleaded unsuccessfully for magnanimity towards the Germans. Botha was a globally respected figure – he and Smuts effectively operated as a double act in South Africa and on the international stage .
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South Africans and the non-European inhabitants that had to pay the price of this gesture. Milner, a great liberal statesman, had agreed to the insertion of a clause in South Africa was decimated on the fields of Flanders, and the natural leaders were South AfricaThe Price of Magnanimity (London: ), passim.
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