The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

[Photo] Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

This sketch from my grandparents's ' voorhuis ' Must have been in most post ABW homes...

This sketch from my grandparents's ' voorhuis ' Must have been in most post ABW homes...

British 15 pounder field gun, the gun used by the two Royal Field Artillery batteries in the Battles of Belmont and Graspan in November 1899

British 15 pounder field gun, the gun used by the two Royal Field Artillery batteries in the Battles of Belmont and Graspan in November 1899

Personal recollections testify that there were beatings and kicking of "Undesirables" in the camps by the British soldiers. The British burned the homesteads, killed livestock and destroyed crops. Women and children of burghers in the field were labeled "Undesirables" treated much worse than those of men who had surrendered.

Personal recollections testify that there were beatings and kicking of "Undesirables" in the camps by the British soldiers. The British burned the homesteads, killed livestock and destroyed crops. Women and children of burghers in the field were labeled "Undesirables" treated much worse than those of men who had surrendered.

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