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Jewish) intcrnaticmnlislI1. internationalisn. ' like of him to her dying day. was fought. The combined. right. , blacks, thinking voters il1tc} 48 View from Oxford Broederbond exerted exerted it~ its liberals, Jews and die the like. 'xt government govcl'11ment ilofmeyr, HoimeYl', inevitably, resigned. re,~igned. But when war ws was actually declared, Parliament decided to support Britain and the allies by eighty votes to sixty sixty-seven. ~even. 0g resigned as Prime Minister; he and Malan led an "anti-war" "anti-war" party.