Browsing Historical and Heritage Studies by Author "Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan)"

Browsing Historical and Heritage Studies by Author "Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan)"

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  • Wassermann, Johannes Michiel; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Historical Association of South Africa, 2006-11)
    Landownership has always been an emotive and political issue in Southern Africa. This was also the case during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902), especially in the Klip River County in the Colony of Natal. After the ...
  • Boje, John; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Historical Association of South Africa, 2013)
    This article examines black resistance in the Free State during the Anglo-Boer War. The previously existing patriarchal relationship between the Boers and their black subjects was disrupted by the chaos of war. At the same ...
  • Grobler, Elda; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2008)
    This article is an investigation into the role played by two foreign institutions in a museums survey in the 1930s that resulted in the publication of a Report and a Directory which deal to some extent with South African ...
  • Pretorius, Willem; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2009-06)
    Oor die klaskamerpraktyk en die werklike gehalte van onderrig tydens die kampskooltydperk is daar min bekend. Heidelberg wat na 1902 in 'n belangrike onderwyssentrum in Transvaal ontwikkel het, het gedurende die Anglo-Boereoorlog ...
  • Calitz, Gerhard; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Department of History, University of the Free State, 2011-09)
    One of the most remarkable books on the Anglo-Boer War is Deneys Reitz’s Commando: A Boer journal of the Boer War (London, 1929). It is based on his memoirs written in 1903 in Dutch. This paper takes these two sources into ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Ensovoort Society, 2009)
    By citing some examples from Afrikaner history the author supports several viewpoints that were raised at a conference at the Rand Afrikaans University (University of Johannesburg) in June 2002, held by the South African ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2015)
    In sy respons op my artikel “Die historisiteit van resente Afrikaanse historiese fiksie oor die Anglo-Boereoorlog” in Tydskrif vir letterkunde gee Willie Burger indrukwekkende verwysings na die teorie van historiese ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Tydskrif vir Letterkunde Assosiasie, 2015)
    Authors of creative writing in the Afrikaans language find a rich source of dramatic material in the Anglo-Boer War of 1899 to 1902. Themes from this war that lend themselves superbly to be woven into historical novels ...
  • Bourhill, James F.; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Historical Association of South Africa, 2012-11)
    Despite the best efforts of professional historians attached to the 6th South African Armoured Division, the demands of morale building overwhelmed those of historical accuracy and the true story of the ordinary South ...
  • Boje, John; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Historical Association of South Africa, 2011-11)
    This article, based on a thesis on the Anglo-Boer War as it was experienced by the people of the Winburg district, demonstrates how postmodern insights, which have excited much discomfort among practising historians, can ...
  • Pretorius, Willem; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Department of History, University of the Free State, 2011-09)
    In the 1970s the phenomenon of black concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War began receiving attention by historians. Despite the limited information available about the four black concentration camps in the Heidelberg ...
  • Grobler, Elda; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2008-06)
    This article highlights Kotie Roodt-Coetzee's contribution to cultural history museology in South Africa. Her interest in cultural history resulted in her first visit to the Old Museum in Boom Street, Pretoria (at that ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2014-06)
    In this study an investigation is undertaken of the contribution made to Afrikaner nationalism by a history series, the “Ons Geskiedenis-Serie”, published between 1937 and 1948 by Nasionale Pers. On the one hand the ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2012-06)
    Shortly after the British occupation of Pretoria on 5 June 1900 during the Anglo-Boer War, Melrose House, residence of businessman George Heys in Jacob Maré Street, became the residence and headquarters, first of Lord ...
  • Boje, John; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Historical Society, 2011-06)
    In Belgium, France and the Netherlands, state-induced punishments were inflicted on collaborators with the German occupation. In this article, Boer collaboration with the British is explored by recounting the careers of ...
  • Van Rensburg, Jeanette; Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2012-11)
    Van Maart 1919 to Desember 1931 is die eerste Afrikaanse vrouetydskrif, Die Boerevrou, maandeliks in Pretoria uitgegee. Die tydskrif is deur Lou-Marie Kruger as 'n problematiese en onbetroubare bron van feitelike inligting ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Sage, 2017-07)
    In investigating the reading practices of Boer combatants during the South African War, diaries, letters, and reminiscences were consulted. The state of literacy reveals a picture of a small number of highly literate men, ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (South African Society of Cultural History, 2013-06)
    Dié bydrae ondersoek die waarde van "ongewone" dokumente vir historiese navorsing. Die Annalesskool van Frankryk het historici die belangrikheid geleer om 'n breër uitkyk op ander moontlike bronne as die voor die hand ...
  • Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan) (Historical Association of South Africa, 2010-11)
    From time to time the debate on white and black concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902 flares up, and it seems that there is no end in sight. In the past three to four decades the discussion on the black ...