Moerdyk denies political motive in monument

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dc.description.abstract There had been no political motive in the erection of the Voortrekker Monument, which would stand as a symbol of the sacrifice of the Voortrekkers who established white civilisation in South Africa. Architect Gerard Moerdijk discusses the symbolism of the Monument and the issues he faced when he designed it. en
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dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Rand Daily Mail en
dc.relation.ispartofseries CD19 en
dc.relation.ispartofseries MDK0467T en
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dc.subject Moerdijk, Gerard en
dc.subject Voortrekkermonument en
dc.subject Voortrekker Monument en
dc.subject Afrikaner nationalism en
dc.subject Afrikaner-nasionalisme en
dc.subject Afrikaner culture en
dc.subject Afrikaner-kultuur en
dc.subject monument architecture en
dc.subject monumentargitektuur en
dc.subject Pretoria Business and Professional Women's Klub en
dc.subject symbolism en
dc.subject simboliek en
dc.subject Retief, Piet en
dc.subject Dingaan en
dc.subject Battle of Blood River en
dc.subject Slag van Bloedrivier en
dc.subject Pretoriase Klub vir Sake- en Professionele Vroue en
dc.subject Moerdyk, Gerard
dc.title Moerdyk denies political motive in monument en
dc.type Newspaper clipping en

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