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Stumbling on Civvy Street : the re-adjustment of white South African war veterans to life in post-war society, 1918-1928
(Stellenbosch University. Faculty of Military Science (Military Academy), 2016)
The First World War ended in November 1918. As the ink dried on the last treaty in August 1920, the conflict was officially resolved in legal terms. However, this legal finality did not extend to the lives of the soldiers ...
Changing attitudes of South Africans towards Italy and its people during the Second World War, 1939 to 1945
(Historical Association of South Africa, 2013-05)
The emphasis of this article falls on South African wartime attitudes towards Italy structured around the differentiation in attitudes between the Union government; the domestic sphere; and the armed forces. On 11 June ...