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    • Die aandeel van Potchefstroom in Voortrekkerstaatsvestiging 

      Van den Bergh, Gert (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2013)
      While Potchefstroom did not figure in the planning of Voortrekker state establishment, a variety of unforeseen factors led to its founding. These include Potgieter’s aversion to settlement in Natal and his consequential ...
    • The influence of British Traders on Early Potchefstroom, 1852-1877 

      10053379 - Van den Bergh, Gert Nicholas (Historical Association of South Africa, 2009)
      Fear of annexation by Britain resulted in strained economic relations between Transvaal Voortrekkers and the British colonies. At first only indispensable trade was tolerated. Andries Pretorius, however, favoured broader ...
    • 'n Evolusie van die kern sakebuurt van Potchefstroom in 1880 

      10053379 - Van den Bergh, Gert Nicholas (North-West University (Vaal Triangle Campus), School for Basic Science, 2008)
    • The three British occupations of Potchefstroom during the Anglo-Boer War 1899 - 1902 

      10053379 - Van den Bergh, Gert Nicholas (Faculty of Military Science of Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2009)
      In the course of 1900, the second year of the Anglo-Boer War, Potchefstroom was occupied three times by British forces and twice evacuated, all in the space of five months. This article focuses on the circumstances leading ...