SOUTH AFRICA: Children's Future

With the approach of the general elections, South African hoardings have recently been decked with posters depicting a white woman, a native husband and colored children. The antiSemitic, anti-native, anti-British, pro-Nazi Nationalist Party had designed the poster as a "horrible example" of what would happen if Prime Minister J. B. M. Hertzog's and Deputy Prime Minister Jan Smuts's United Party Government were continued in office. Left unmentioned was the fact that custom prevents miscegenation in the Union of South Africa and between 1932 and 1936 records show that not one white woman...

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