Very few people realize that Hendrik Verwoerd was influenced by National Socialism in Germany when he was a student there in 1933. Returning to South Africa, he worked for the Afrikaans newspaper, Die Transvaaler, and spread his teachings and ideas through editorials and articles, one of the reasons why the Prime Minister of South Africa, Jannie Smuts refused to enforce conscription during WWII. Jews escaping the horror of Germany were also limited to entry into the country, a policy influenced by his articles.
Read how a young girl, born Emily Kleintjies established a new life for herself as Emma Kline.
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