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women and love in his life. Published 1992 by Human & Rousseau in Cape Town. Relations with women, Biography, Statesmen. Jan Christiaan Smuts (1870-1950).
Book by Beukes, Piet. ISBN13:9780798129848. Release Date:January 1992.
Another biography of Jan Smuts? Dazzling in his giftedness and . My being in the world may be attributed to Smuts. I have read those by Piet Beukes, Bernard Friedman, Keith Hancock, Piet Meiring, Sarah Gertrude Millin and his son, Jannie.
Another biography of Jan Smuts? Dazzling in his giftedness and achievements, Smuts has been incomprehensible in his ultimate political and moral failure. Life in England during the years immediately following World War II was grim. There was food rationing. Among the reasons for this plethora of biographies is that Smuts continues to be an enduring enigma.
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