Jan Christian Smuts

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Noun1.Jan Christian Smuts - South African statesman and soldier (1870-1950)Jan Christian Smuts - South African statesman and soldier (1870-1950)
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Doubtless General Jan Smuts would be glad to meet and question her.
To this end he tasked General Jan Smuts to investigate and report on the state of Britain's air power.
From its humble beginnings in 1952, the airport has undergone two name changes from Jan Smuts Airport to Johannesburg International in 1994.
15 Desktop (won off 56 down 5lb to 51); Jan Smuts (7lb); 8.
Jan Smuts, a notable Boer leader, later led British forces in East Africa during WWI and was a member of the Imperial War Cabinet in both World Wars.
The Storey team came close to a double when Jan Smuts went down by half a length to Maoi Chinn Tire, owned and trained by Jennie Candlish and a 22-1 winner in the capable hands of 3lb claimer Joe Doyle.
Jan Smuts, the South African prime minister venerated with a statue opposite the Houses of Parliament, was censured by the United Nations for his racist policies.
Hierdie belofte op sterkte van die reputasie van Jan Smuts, die "goeie wit man" (70), loop egter op niks uit nie, en die gekleurde soldate, ook 'n verwonde Abraham, kry na die vredesluiting slegs "'n oorlogsjas en 'n baaisiekel" (129).
For instance, it lead to the League of Nations Class C mandate over South West Africa, upon the insistence of General Jan Smuts, in the years immediately following the war.
If placed there, Gandhi -- walking determinedly forward with staff in hand -- would stand forever with Sir Winston Churchill and Jan Smuts.
Winston was accompanied by Field Marshall Jan Smuts and government minister Nye Bevan and gave a talk to all the crew, wishing us God Speed.
A reader for a South African newspaper suggested that another prominent figure from that country, former Prime Minister Jan Smuts, was more deserving of an honor at Westminster Abbey than Mandela.