Boer Women in the Anglo-Boer War | - Site of Henri Le Riche

Boer Women in the Anglo-Boer War | - Site of Henri Le Riche

Of the slightly more than 104,000 women and children placed in these camps, about 28,000 died.  The humanitarian world was appalled.  The conduct of the British against the civilian Boer population was the subject of universal disapprobation, so it's interesting to note that his written defense of the British cause in the war was the reason Conan Doyle (creator of the Sherlock Holmes) was later knighted

Of the slightly more than 104,000 women and children placed in these camps, about 28,000 died. The humanitarian world was appalled. The conduct of the British against the civilian Boer population was the subject of universal disapprobation, so it's interesting to note that his written defense of the British cause in the war was the reason Conan Doyle (creator of the Sherlock Holmes) was later knighted

Memorializing the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902 - Militarization of the Landscape, Monuments and Memor

Memorializing the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902 - Militarization of the Landscape, Monuments and Memor

Lizzie Van Zyl (1894 - 9 May 1901) was a child inmate of Bloemfontein concentration camp who died from typhoid fever during the Second Boer War.  The British incarcerated her following the refusal of her father, a Boer combatant, to surrender. Unable to speak English, she was labelled an idiot by the English-speaking doctor and his nurses, who were unable to understand her.

Lizzie Van Zyl (1894 - 9 May 1901) was a child inmate of Bloemfontein concentration camp who died from typhoid fever during the Second Boer War. The British incarcerated her following the refusal of her father, a Boer combatant, to surrender. Unable to speak English, she was labelled an idiot by the English-speaking doctor and his nurses, who were unable to understand her.

27000+ woman and children died in British Concentration camps in South-Africa during 1899 and 1902

27000+ woman and children died in British Concentration camps in South-Africa during 1899 and 1902

Geni - Photos in Photos from Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War (1899-1902) IRENE Camp/Kamp

Geni - Photos in Photos from Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War (1899-1902) IRENE Camp/Kamp

Although she was a British citizen, Emily Hobhouse has become an honorary South African through her selfless and courageous actions, which exposed the inhumanity of concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902).

Although she was a British citizen, Emily Hobhouse has become an honorary South African through her selfless and courageous actions, which exposed the inhumanity of concentration camps during the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902).

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