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Field Marshal Jan Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, standing in front of a Lockheed Lodestar aircraft of No. Field Marshal Jan Smuts, Prime Minister of the U Union Of South Africa, North Africa, South African Air Force, Field Marshal, Royal Air Force, African History, Military History, World War Two, Ww2

Field Marshal Jan Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, standing in front of a Lockheed Lodestar aircraft of No. 234 Squadron SAAF.

Imperial War Museum Prints - High quality art prints, framed prints, and canvases

40 DAYS: Memory Lane... Zimbabwe History, Union Of South Africa, Childhood Memories 90s, Army Day, State Of Grace, Military Pictures, Defence Force, The Old Days, My Land

Memory Lane...

Hierdie Kiekies met die vergunning van Bruce Ross Strachan via die FaceBook blad 'GRENSOORLOG / BORDER WAR 1966-1989' (Admin: Johan la Grang...

He was a Great Dane who between 1939 and 1944 served at HMS Afrikander, a Royal Navy shore establishment in Simon's Town, South Africa. He died in 1944 at the age of seven years and was buried with full military honors. Military Honors, Military Working Dogs, Save A Dog, Group Of Dogs, Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Historical Pictures, Royal Navy, African History

6 of the Most Heartwarming Stories Ever (Happened in Wars)

There are plenty of real stories of war so ridiculously adorable that they make a Disney movie look like Vietnam.

Jan Smuts and Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret on their visit to South Africa. Two Princess, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, Night Shadow, Film Images, Royal House, Air Show, African History, African Beauty

Jan Smuts and Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret on their visit to South Africa.

Former South African Marine Corps with a

Former South African Marine Corps with a G3 [750x968]

Former South African Marine Corps with a G3 [750x968] : MilitaryPorn

Two Photos That Show How Much South Africans Loved Nelson Mandela

Two Photos That Show How Much South Africans Loved Nelson Mandela

Men and women line up for hours to pay their final respects to Nelson Mandela, as they did in 1994 when the turned out to elect him the first black president of South Africa.