Suid-Afrika: Eerste Minsters: Dr. Hendrik French Verwoerd - (8 September 1901- 6 September 1966)

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Orange poster with blue lettering. Election poster for National Party. Photo of Henrik Verwoerd.

TIL that the architect of South African apartheid Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd survived being shot point-blank in the face in 1960 and made a full recovery but was stabbed to death on the floor of Parliament in Union Of South Africa, South Afrika, Apartheid, Head Of State, Nelson Mandela, My Land, African History, The Republic, West Africa

Hendrik Verwoerd - Wikipedia

Hendrik Verwoerd (South African professor, newspaper editor and Prime Minister of South Africa from 1958 until his assassination in 1966)

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The State in the honor of Prime Minister named H.F Verwoerd who died in 1966.

H.F Verwoerd was born in the Netherlands, thus making him the only person to become a South African prime minister who was not a South African by birth. He was the second child of Anje Strik and Wilhelmus Johannes Verwoerd. His father was a shopkeeper and a deeply religious man who decided to move his family to South Africa in 1903 because of his sympathy towards the Afrikaner nation after the Second Boer War. 8 September, African History, Second Child, Prime Minister, Netherlands, South Africa, Birth, Art Ideas, Father

H.F Verwoerd was born in the Netherlands, thus making him the only person to become a South African prime minister who was not a South African by birth. He was the second child of Anje Strik and Wilhelmus Johannes Verwoerd. His father was a shopkeeper and a deeply religious man who decided to move his family to South Africa in 1903 because of his sympathy towards the Afrikaner nation after the Second Boer War.

September Hendrik Verwoerd assassinated On this day in the Prime Minister of South Africa and architect of apartheid, Hendrik Verwoerd, was assassinated. Verwoerd became Prime Minister. 8 September, Apartheid, African History, Prime Minister, South Africa, Landscape Photography, Past, Military, French

This Day in History: Sep 6, 1966: Architect of apartheid assassinated

South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd is stabbed to death by a deranged messenger during a parliamentary meeting in Cape Town. The assailant, Demetrio Tsafendas, was a Mozambique immigrant of mixed racial descent--part Greek and part Swazi. As minister of native affairs and later as South African leader, Verwoerd oversaw the introduction and application of South Africa's racist apartheid policies. As prime minister from 1958, he instituted an intricate system of laws separating…

Johan du Bruyn kondig dr. Verwoerd se dood aan, Radio Suid-Afrika. Hy het adv.J.G.Strydom asook Jan Smuts se dood aangekondig. 8 September, African History, South Africa, Growing Up, French, Poster, French People, French Language, France

Johan du Bruyn kondig dr. Verwoerd se dood aan, Radio Suid-Afrika. Hy het adv.J.G.Strydom asook Jan Smuts se dood aangekondig.

 Betsie Verwoerd saam met haar twee seuns, Hendrik en Wilhelm, by die Helde-akker. 8 September, African History, Two By Two, French, French People, French Language, France

Mev. Betsie Verwoerd saam met haar twee seuns, Hendrik en Wilhelm, by die Helde-akker.

Dimitri Tsafendas died at Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital on the of October 1999 due to chronic heart failure and pneumonia Psychiatric Hospital, Heart Failure, African History, 8 September, French, Africa, French People, French Language, France

Dimitri Tsafendas died at Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital on the 7th of October 1999 due to chronic heart failure and pneumonia