Rousing biopic of Paul Kruger, the Boer guerilla fighter turned statesman and first president of South Africa.
Did You Know?
The film cost RM 5.5 million (1941). See more
On the posters during the protests it is said "Neder met Engeland", meaning "Down with England". However the original line in Afrikaans should have been "Saam met Engeland" or "Neer met Engeland". See more
The governmant of her majesty is happy to raise a friendly relationship with the State of the Boers.
The important thing on such contracts is that is is made good as well.
At the end of the movie, instead of the word "Ende" (The End) the company's logo "Tobis" appears. See more
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God Save The Queen
Traditional, often attributed to Thomas Augustine Arne
or Henry Carey
Sang at the church scene See more