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Portrait of Jan Smuts, date unknownPortrait of Jan Smuts, 1943
Portrait of Jan Smuts, date unknownPortrait of Jan Smuts, 1943
King, Smuts, Churchill, Fraser, and Curtin and the first Commonwealth Prime MinistersDuring Winston Churchill’s tour of the Normandy front, he and high ranking officers pause to watch German dive-bombers being engaged by British fighters and anti-aircraft fire, 12 Jun 1944, Normandy, France.
King, Smuts, Churchill, Fraser, and Curtin and the first Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference, London, England, United Kingdom, 1 May 1944During Winston Churchill’s tour of the Normandy front, he and high ranking officers pause to watch German dive-bombers being engaged by British fighters and anti-aircraft fire, 12 Jun 1944, Normandy, France.
Lt General Miles Dempsey, Field Marshall Sir Alan Brooke, Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Prime Minister Jan Christiaan Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Château de Creully, Normandy, France, Jun 12 1944.  Photo 2 of 2.South African Deputy Prime Minister Jan Hofmeyr and Prime Minister Jan Smuts, 1940s
Lt General Miles Dempsey, Field Marshall Sir Alan Brooke, Winston Churchill, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, Prime Minister Jan Christiaan Smuts of the Union of South Africa at Château de Creully, Normandy, France, Jun 12 1944. Photo 2 of 2.South African Deputy Prime Minister Jan Hofmeyr and Prime Minister Jan Smuts, 1940s
Mackenzie King and Jan Smuts during the London Victory Celebrations of 1946, England, United Kingdom,  8 Jun 1946South African Prime Minister Jan Smuts and his cabinet, 1948
Mackenzie King and Jan Smuts during the London Victory Celebrations of 1946, England, United Kingdom, 8 Jun 1946South African Prime Minister Jan Smuts and his cabinet, 1948
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