The Afrikaners Great Trek
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- Mother Of The Gods And The Father Of The Gael
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- The Celtic Vedic Connection, Part I
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- The Role the Dutch Reformed Church Played in the Rise and Fall of
- Aug 8, 2003 origin of their nationhood. It was during The Great Trek that the Afrikaans language and their unique culture developed.
- John de Gruchy - From the Particular to the Global - Locating our
- Twenty years later, and also two decades before the.
- THE STORY OF APARTHEID Ann Karson. Course Outline One
- The story from the 15th to mid 19th. Century. European Wars: the British take over the Cape.
- with Bill Moyers
- known as the Great Trek. The Afrikaners, or Boers as they were also known (from the. Afrikaans word for farmers), believed that the land was theirs to take.
- NEW PREMISES?
- themselves as a nation and did not see the Great Trek as a conscious expression of Afrikaner identity.
Suggested Web Resources
- Boer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 1.1 Origin; 1.2 Great trek; 1.
- The Great Trek in South Africa
- The Afrikaans-speaking descendants of these people would later simply be called “Boere” (Farmers).
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