Behind Every Man: D.F. Malan and the Women in his Life, 1874–1959

@article{Korf2008BehindEM,
  title={Behind Every Man: D.F. Malan and the Women in his Life, 1874–1959},
  author={Lindie Korf},
  journal={South African Historical Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={397 - 421}
}
  • L. Korf
  • Published 1 September 2008
  • Psychology
  • South African Historical Journal
Abstract Little has been written about the personal life of D.F. Malan, South Africa's first apartheid prime minister.. He has been stereotyped as the grim ex-dominee who guided his flock with a rigid hand – the archetypical Afrikaner alphamale. However, a scrutiny of his private documents reveals a rich tapestry of independent-minded women who dominated his personal life. They include his gifted sister Cinie who became a missionary in the erstwhile Rhodesia; his long-time friend Nettie, who… 
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