Rousing biopic of Paul Kruger, the Boer guerilla fighter turned statesman and first president of South Africa.
Did You Know?
The first film to receive the honorary title "Film of the Nation", the highest accolade awarded in Filmwelt (Filmwelt translates as ...not simply the film industry, but a term used to convey what it was like to live and work in the film world). See more
On the posters during the protests it is said "Neder met Engeland", meaning "Down with England". However the original line in Afrikaans should have been "Saam met Engeland" or "Neer met Engeland". See more
This was the end. This is how England subjected our little folk with most horrible methods. But one day the days of the reevnge will come. I don't know when. But so much blood can't be flowed for nothing. So many tears weren't cried for fruitless. We were just a small and weak folk. Big and powerful folks will stand up agains the british tyranny. They will beat England to the ground. God will be with them. Then the way is free for a better world.
At the end of the movie, instead of the word "Ende" (The End) the company's logo "Tobis" appears. See more
Referenced in The Goebbels Experiment
God Save The Queen
Traditional, often attributed to Thomas Augustine Arne
or Henry Carey
Sang at the church scene See more