n Kleio - An identity threatened : White English-speaking South Africans, Britishness and Dominion South Africanism, 1934-1939
|Article Title||An identity threatened : White English-speaking South Africans, Britishness and Dominion South Africanism, 1934-1939|
|© Publisher:||UNISA Press|
|Publication Date||Jan 2005|
|Pages||50 - 70|
Extracted from text ... An identity threatened: n White E English-speaking nglish-South A Africans fricans, Britishness and ritishness Dominion ominion South A Africanism fricanism, 1934?1939 , John Lambert* This article is part of a project rescuing the history of white English-speaking South Africans, a group described in 1956 by John Bond in They Were South Africans as the 'unknown people'.1 With historiographical interest in identity in South Africa focused primarily on Afrikaners and Africans the group has been marginalised, receiving comparatively little attention.2 It is only in recent years that there has been an awakening of interest amongst historians such as Paul Rich, ..
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