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In 2012 the HF took possession of the Ossewabrandwag Honorary Acre, which comprises of 99 graves (including the graves of OB leader, J.F. Van Rensburg and JC Neethling, the first husband of legendary actress Anna Neethling-Pohl).
The Ossewabrandwag was founded as a cultural organisation in Bloemfontein on 4 February 1939. The establishment of the organisation was a direct result of the resurgence of Afrikaner Nationalism after the Symbolic Oxwagon Trek of 1938. The body was strongly opposed to South Africa’s involvement in the Second World War.