South African Fascist Ossewa-Brandwag 1943 “The Eve of Popular Socialism”
The bookelt (7″ x 4-3/4″) is 26 pages detailing the impending rise of National Socialism in South Africa.
The Ossewabrandwag (OB) (Afrikaans pronunciation: [ˈɔsəˌvɑːˌbrantvaχ], from Afrikaans: ossewa, ‘ox-wagon’ and Afrikaans: brandwag, ‘guard, picket, sentinel, sentry’ – Ox-wagon Sentinel) was an anti-British and pro-German organisation in South Africa during World War II, which opposed South African participation in the war. Pro-German Afrikaners formed the Ossewabrandwag in Bloemfontein on 4 February 1939.
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