5 edition of Afrikaners found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -271) and index.
|Statement||G.H.L. Le May.|
|LC Classifications||DT1768.A57 L4 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||95011584|
Despite their sharp divisions, the Afrikaners and the English remained united in two core beliefs: that black South Africans were uncivilized yet important and useful to white South Africans as workers, and that white South Africans must find a way to work together to rule over black South Africans. The book includes an essay by South African writer Antjie Krog: “Three kinds of Afrikaners look out at us from these photographs,” she writes, “of which the poor Afrikaner is the most haunting—the simple one who, by the sweat of his brow, eats his bread in isolation.”.
Filed under: Afrikaners -- Biography. Adventures in Swaziland: The Story of a South African Boer (New York: The Century Co., ), by Owen Rowe O'Neil (page images with commentary at shareholderdemocracy.com) On Commando (London: Methuen and Co., ), by Dietlof Van . Afrikaners only played a prominent role in agriculture as such, and many lived on nearby farms, the first of which was proclaimed as early as However, from onwards, local Afrikaners initiated a political process that eventually led to their domination of all these sectors within the next two decades.
Many Afrikaners have emigrated, including to neighbouring African countries as they worry about land expropriation. The big question, says London-based investigative journalist Kajsa Norman in her new book Bridge over Blood River, is whether the Afrikaans culture can survive. The Genootskap van Regte Afrikaanders (GRA, the Society of True Afrikaners), established in , actively sought to foster a nationalism among white Cape Dutch speakers. “Afrikaans” became their linguistic vehicle and “Afrikaners” their label. They sought to write a nationalist history of oppressors and victims (also Giliomee).
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Apr 30, · The Afrikaners: Biography of a People by Herman Giliomee is a scholarly history of the Afrikaners (and, earlier, Dutch) from the colonization of the Cape in to modern times.
While I doubt the book is of general (international) interest, it's certainly an important contribution to South African historiography and as such will appeal to Cited by: Jan 01, · The Afrikaners book.
Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A history of the Afrikaners from the first European settlement to th /5.
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Nelson Mandela is dead and his dream of a rainbow nation in South Africa is fading. Twenty years after the fall of apartheid the white Afrikaner minority fears cultural extinction.
How far are they prepared to go to survive as a people?/5(5). This work is a biography of the Afrikaner people by historian and journalist Herman Giliomee, one of the earliest and staunchest Afrikaner opponents of apartheid.
Weaving together life stories and historical interpretation, he creates a narrative history of the Afrikaners from their beginnings with the colonisation of the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company to the dismantling of /5(2). This book sheds light on why Afrikaners continue to have such powerful grip over the economy and over social superiority in South Africa.
The strong foundations the Afrikaners laid down for their collective economic success in the mid's through the Broederbond is of prime interest and should be something we learn from for our own economic liberation/5.
This book is a biography of the Afrikaner people. A historian and journalist who was one of the earliest and staunchest Afrikaner opponents of apartheid, Hermann Giliomee weaves together life stories and historical interpretation to create a narrative history of the Afrikaners from their beginnings with the colonization of the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company to the.
Afrikaners. 94K likes. Hoe om 'n trotse Suid-Afrikaner te word, as jy nie klaar een is nie. Dit is eintlik baie eenvoudig. Dit verg geen harde werk nie net 'n bietjie persoonlikheid en wees jouself. Followers: 97K. Click here to buy Die Afrikaners by Hermann Giliomee on Paperback and find more of your favourite History/World books in Raru's Online Book shareholderdemocracy.comry: Books.
Afrikaners. 87K likes. Hoe om 'n trotse Suid-Afrikaner te word, as jy nie klaar een is nie. Dit is eintlik baie eenvoudig. Dit verg geen harde werk nie net 'n bietjie persoonlikheid en wees jouself. Followers: 90K. The Afrikaners are a South African ethnic group who are descended from 17th century Dutch, German, and French settlers to South Africa.
The Afrikaners slowly developed their own language and culture when they came into contact with Africans and Asians. Bridge over Blood River: the rise and fall of the Afrikaners [Book review] Professor says he sees scant chance of the survival of the Afrikaans culture in the long-term or even the survival of the Author: John Battersby.
This book is a biography of the Afrikaner people. A historian and journalist who was one of the earliest and staunchest Afrikaner opponents of apartheid, Hermann Giliomee weaves together life stories and historical interpretation to create a narrative history of the Afrikaners from their beginnings with the colonization of the Cape of Good Hope by the Dutch East India Company to the Author: Hermann Giliomee.
☯ Full Synopsis: "Revised and updated, this new edition includes a chapter on the often fraught relationship between Afrikaners and the ANC in power, with an analysis of why Afrikaners relinquished power so easily, and how they, along with other minorities, are increasingly resisting ANC efforts to undermine the Constitution.
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The Afrikaner Broederbond was established in with the laudable aim of uplifting Afrikaners impoverished and demoralised Back to IOL Homepage.
Book review: The Super-Afrikaners. ‘Afrikaans, the language spoken by Afrikaners, evolved as a dialect of Dutch spoken by settlers on the frontier during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.’ ‘Orange is a reference to the Dutch heritage of many Afrikaners.’ ‘He was a white, male Afrikaner from the heartland of the volk, the Free State.’.
Dec 19, · Bridge over Blood River: the Rise and Fall of the Afrikaners (Book Review) by southhow December 19,pm. voortrekkermonumenttrinketbox_chrisharvey. Professor says he sees scant chance of the survival of the Afrikaans culture in the long-term or even the survival of the Afrikaners as “a people” in new book.
Afrikaners believed that they were called to spread the Christian faith in Africa. The influence of their Christian-national beliefs figured strongly in government and schools. Festivals Festivals are part of the Afrikaner's existence and fill a need to express joy or humility over certain events.
Hardcover. The Super-Afrikaners, scandalised a nation as it exposed the secret workings of the Broederbond. (This is one of the originally published versions from ) This highly organised clique of Super-Afrikaners formed in Johannesburg in by a group of young Afrikaners disillusioned by their role as dispossessed people in their own.
Jan 01, · The Afrikaners: Biography of A People, the first comprehensive history of the Afrikaner people based on—and critical of—the most recent scholarly work, draws on the author’s own research and interviews conducted with leading political shareholderdemocracy.comn Giliomee weaves together life stories and interpretation to create a highly readable narrative history of the Afrikaners.
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.A Book of Worthies, Gathered From the Old Histories and Now Written Anew (London: Macmillan and Co, ), by Charlotte M.
Yonge (multiple formats at Google) Brief Biographies (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, ; with illustrations added for the online edition), by Samuel Smiles (illustrated HTML with commentary in the UK).Get this from a library! The Super-Afrikaners: inside the Afrikaner Broederbond.
[Ivor Wilkins; Hans Strydom] -- The Super-Afrikaners, originally published in South Africa inscandalised a nation as it exposed the secret workings of a powerful Afrikaner organisation called the Broederbond.
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