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De Wet

[ duh -wet ]
/ də ˈwɛt /
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Chris·ti·an Ru·dolph [kris-chuhn -roo-dolf, -dawlf; Dutch kris-tee-ahn -ry-dolf], /ˈkrɪs tʃən ˈru dɒlf, -dɔlf; Dutch ˈkrɪs tiˌɑn ˈrü dɒlf/, 1854–1922, Boer general and politician.
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de Wet
/ (də ˈvɛt) /

noun
Christian Rudolf. 1854–1922, Afrikaner military commander and politician, who led the Orange Free State army in the second Boer War (1899–1902). He was imprisoned for treason (1914) after organizing an Afrikaner nationalist rebellion
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