A Boer woman with her dead child, the last of her children to die, photographed by Emily Hobhouse. An English activist, Emily spent six months in South Africa from January to June 1901 visiting Bloemfontein and six other concentration camps. Emily returned to England to campaign against "a gigantic and grievous blunder caused by  crass male ignorance, helplessness and muddling." Her militancy brought the scorn of the British people who called her hysterical, a rebel, liar, enemy of the…

A Boer woman with her dead child, the last of her children to die, photographed by Emily Hobhouse. An English activist, Emily spent six months in South Africa from January to June 1901 visiting Bloemfontein and six other concentration camps.

The Viljoen Brothers some Boers refused to cut their hair  1012891_10152783343976110_5013065914582252796_n.jpg 512×720 pixels

The Viljoen Brothers some Boers refused to cut their hair 1012891_10152783343976110_5013065914582252796_n.jpg 512×720 pixels

Sarie Mare-1868. Susara Margaretha (Sarie) Maré. Oudste dogter van J.P. Maré en C.S.J. Erasmus was Susara Margaretha. Sy is op die plaas Eendraght, Suikerbosrand, distrik Heidelberg, gebore op 15 April 1869. Haar pa was Jacob Maré, wat later 'n lid van die uitvoerende raad van die Transvaal geword en na wie 'n straat in Pretoria genoem is. Hierdie is dié Sarie Marais wat in die wyk van die Mooirivier gewoon het, ook bekend as Tant Mossie, volgens die SA biblioteek se katalogus-inskrywing .

Sarie Mare-1868. Susara Margaretha (Sarie) Maré. Oudste dogter van J.P. Maré en C.S.J. Erasmus was Susara Margaretha. Sy is op die plaas Eendraght, Suikerbosrand, distrik Heidelberg, gebore op 15 April 1869. Haar pa was Jacob Maré, wat later 'n lid van die uitvoerende raad van die Transvaal geword en na wie 'n straat in Pretoria genoem is. Hierdie is dié Sarie Marais wat in die wyk van die Mooirivier gewoon het, ook bekend as Tant Mossie, volgens die SA biblioteek se katalogus-inskrywing .

Some of Krugersdorp's child prisoners pose shyly for the camera

Some of Krugersdorp's child prisoners pose shyly for the camera

Driven from their homes as the British cleared out the South African countryside, women and children arrive at one of the infamous camps set up for the displaced and forcibly relocated Boers. (McGregor Museum)

Driven from their homes as the British cleared out the South African countryside, women and children arrive at one of the infamous Concentration Camps set up for the displaced and forcibly relocated Boers.

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