Hertzog

[ Dutch her-tsawkh ]

noun
  1. James Barry Mun·nik [mœn-uhk], /ˈmœn ək/, South African statesman and general: prime minister 1924–39.

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How to use Hertzog in a sentence

  • General Hertzog: I would not like it to be understood that we will use our influence with the Delegates.

    The Peace Negotiations | J. D. Kestell
  • Commandant Hertzog, on our arrival, despatched a messenger under a flag of truce to demand the surrender of the garrison.

    In the Shadow of Death | P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald

British Dictionary definitions for Hertzog

Hertzog

/ (ˈhɜːtsɒɡ) /


noun
  1. 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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