Memorial - Anglo Boer War 1899-1902. KRIGE J.J. -1901; VAN VURE H.J.J. -1901; COETZER D.J. -1901; VAN DER MERWE L.J. -1901; DU PREEZ A.J.-1901; VAN ZYL -1901; COETSEE M. -1901. Mpumalanga, LYDENBURG district, Dullstroom, Kleinzuikerboschkop, Ouhoutbossie, Burgher Memorial
Vegkop: Die volgende oggend (16 Oktober) word die krygers bemerk en hulle sinistêre sisgeluid is hoorbaar. Nagenoeg 6000 Matabele onder leiding van Mkalipi tegemoet. Die swartes skreeu "Mzilikazi!" en begin knopkieries en assegaaie in die perderuiters se rigting gooi. Terug in die laer wag die vrouens wat koeëls in gereedheid bring; die manne maak gewere skoon en Sarel Cilliers doen 'n gebed. Genadiglik sterf net 2 Trekkers in die slag.
Graaff-Reinet : Union Monument - It is on the top of Magazine Hill. The monument…
The human cost of war. Three Australians stand over the grave of their comrade Trooper Nathaniel Horsfall of the South Australian Imperial Bushmen who was mortally wounded during the Boer War near Lindley on .
Vroue monument, Oorlogsmuseum, Bloemfontein Grafte van Pres Steyn en Emily Hobhouse
Example of a Boer family Bible (Pretorius from Standerton) that was taken as a war souverneur by major John Mannsell Reeves. In 1920 the BBC requested the ex-soldiers in to send them back. There are about a 100+ of these unclaimed war souverneur Bibles in the archive in Pretoria.
Over looking Dingane's krawl, is the site of the murder of Piet Retief and 100 other members of the boer team. (30 of which were servants) They were clubbed to death. Originally this memorial comemorated the deaths of the 70 boers, but later a plaque was added for the 30 servants who were also murdered. Prior to their murder, the boers had KwaMatiwane apparently signed a deed of cession with Dingane, ceding part of now Natal to the boers. Today some historians dispute this and…
Stoel Monument near Middelburg in Eastern Cape, South Africa (created by nelcoe) - One of the top commandants in the Cape, Johannes LÖTTER was known for his daring "hit and run" tactics. On 12 October 1901 LÖTTER was taken to a spot next to the Richmond Road where he was tied to a chair and shot. He was buried there and this is where the "Stoel Monument" still stands.