Gustav Preller

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Gustav Schoeman Preller (4 October 1875 Klein Schoemansdal, Klipdrift, Pretoria – 7 October 1943 Pelindaba) is known as a journalist, historian, writer and literary critic. He fought for the recognition of Afrikaans. Preller helped the Afrikaner to awake to the importance of the history of South Africa. He made great contributions to the writing of South African history, through his research and the literature. He also contributed greatly to making South Africans aware of the legacy of the Voortrekkers and also played an early part in planning the Voortrekker Monument.

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Age: 68 (age at death)
Born: 4 October, 1875, Place of Birth
Died: 7 October, 1943, Place of Death
Height: Height unknown
Nationality: South African
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