- James Barry Mun·nik [mœn-uh k] /ˈmœn ək/, South African statesman and general: prime minister 1924–39.
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Only 12 of the 104 votes cast were in favor of Hertzog's amendment.
General Hertzog said that he had acted as General Botha had done.
General Smuts concurred fully with the opinion of General Hertzog.
The alterations are in the handwriting of Generals Smuts and Hertzog.
Hertzog not only built a bigger bonfire of denunciation but refused to resign.An African Adventure
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- James Barry Munnik. 1866–1942, South African statesman; prime minister (1924–39): founded the Nationalist Party (1913), advocating complete South African independence from Britain; opposed South African participation in World Wars I and II
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