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A historical perspective on South African military chaplaincy and Cold War ideologies during the Border War 1966-1989
(Faculty of Humanities, University of Free State, 2013)
For most of the latter half of the twentieth century, Cold War ideologies dominated foreign relations and domestic state policies and, as such, it also touched the lives of ordinary men and women. Decolonisation and the ...
The early history of South African military chaplaincy: a case study of the variance between British imperialism and Afrikaner nationalism, c. 1914-1973
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2014)
Global socio-political and economic forces often determine the histories of countries and nations, but internal historical identities, values and sentiments modify and combine with these forces to create a distinct local ...
'n Historiese persepktief op die kapelaansvrouekomitee, c. 1970-1990
(Faculty of the Humanities, University of the Free State, 2015)
This article forms part of a project in which the history of military chaplains in South Africa is traced. One of the neglected aspects of military chaplaincy is the role and influence of the spouses of military chaplains. ...