Net 'n kort foto toer van 'n Boer wat krygsgevange geneem is in die Anglo-Boere Oorlog.... Gevang, gehok, ge-trein, geskip, gehok, ge-los, gekry en getreur.  The Anglo Boer War through the eyes of a Boer POW ( Prisoner of War )

Net 'n kort foto toer van 'n Boer wat krygsgevange geneem is in die Anglo-Boere…

Many children died. They could not beat the boers in the war. Went for the soft spots women and children.

Many children died. They could not beat the boers in the war. Went for the soft spots women and children.

Boer Prisoners-of-War captured during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) at the Bellevue Camp, Simon's Town in 1901.

Boer Prisoners-of-War captured during the Anglo-Boer War at the Bellevue Camp, Simon's Town in

Lt. O'Reilly burning a Boer farmstead. ABW

O'Reilly burning a Boer farmstead.

This Day in History: Oct 11, 1899: Boer War begins in South Africa dingeengoete.blogspot.com http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/files/styles/fullsize/public/images/jacobs-camp.jpg

World War Germany set up concentration camps across Germany and Poland imprisoning groups such as, Jews, Political's, Homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses

Geni - Photos in Photos from Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War (1899-1902) Prisoners Of War Penkoppe in Groenpuntkamp wat krygsgevangene geneem is, of in meeste gevalle bloot aangekeer is om te verhoed dat hulle by kommando's aansluit. Inexperienced Boer youths called 'Penkoppe' who where taken prisoner most of the time to prevent them from joining the commandos.

Photos in Photos from Anglo Boere Oorlog/Boer War Prisoners Of War

Boer prisoners held by the British army at Kakul, India (now in Pakistan) during the Second Boer War, 1902. Thousands of Boer prisoners were sent overseas by the British authorities, in an effort to free up the resources needed to supply their own troops in South Africa, and to isolate the prisoners from local sympathisers. (Photo by Sean Sexton/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Boer prisoners held by the British army at Kakul, India (now in Pakistan) during the Second Boer War, 1902. Thousands of Boer prisoners were sent overseas by the British authorities, in an effort to free up the resources needed to supply their own troops in South Africa, and to isolate the prisoners from local sympathisers. (Photo by Sean Sexton/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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