Eric Hendrik Louw

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Eric Hendrik Louw

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        21 November 1890 – 24 June 1968

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        Eric Hendrik Louw, a prominent figure in South African political history, was born on April 12, 1890, in the Western Cape province of South Africa. He was a white Afrikaner, deeply rooted in the conservative National Party (NP) and its principles of apartheid.
        Louw was raised in a staunchly Afrikaner nationalist family, instilling in him a strong sense of identity and ideology.
        Eric Hendrik Louw's unwavering commitment to apartheid principles and his significant contributions to South African politics make him a polarizing figure in the country's history, with a lasting impact on its trajectory.

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