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South African Histories

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Photos and pictures of: War Memorial in front of the City Hall, Durban, South Africa - The Africa Image Library African Countries, Countries Of The World, Durban South Africa, Kwazulu Natal, African History, Pretoria, Places To Visit, Roots, City

Photos and pictures of: War Memorial in front of the City Hall, Durban, South Africa | The Africa Image Library

War Memorial in front of the City Hall, Durban, South Africa

 Near Elandsbaai, West Coast, Western Cape Province, South Africa. Photo by Martie van Niekerk The Beautiful Country, Beautiful Places, Places To Travel, Places To See, Colonial Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Fishermans Cottage, South Afrika, African House

Vleihuisie (Little house on the swamp) Verlorenvlei Elandsbaai Weskus South Africa. Photograph by Martie van Niekerk

The father of modern guerilla warfare as we know it. With his small groups of Commandos on horseback, he made lightning strikes against the English before retreating again War Photography, Anglo Saxon, Modern Warfare, Character Creation, My Heritage, African History, Military History, World History, Vintage Photographs

Jack Hindon Verkenners

Die Blog van die Verkennerspos in die Verenigde Koninkryk. The Blog of the Scouts posting in the United Kingdom.

AUG 7 1942 Churchill shakes things up in the desert Churchill, Smutts and Brooke Winston Churchill with Field Marshal Smuts and behind, Sir Arthur Tedder (left) and Sir Alan Brooke, at the British Embassy in Cairo, 5 August Chief Of Staff, Winston Churchill, British History, Modern History, British Army, North Africa, World War Two, Wwii, Field Marshal

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 15223. Winston Churchill with Field Marshal Smuts and behind Sir Arthur Tedder (left) and Sir Alan Brooke at the British Embassy in Cairo 5 August 1942

Donated to the City of Cape Town by Cecil John Rhodes, it was unveiled on May 1899 Safari Adventure, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cape Town South Africa, Belleza Natural, African History, West Africa, John Rhodes, Landscape Photography

The Statue of Jan van Riebeeck being cleaned

Donated to the City of Cape Town by Cecil John Rhodes, it was unveiled on 18th May 1899

 “Sister Pretty Departing”, [Boer War nurse boarding a horse-drawn RAMC supply wagon] via the Wellcome Collection, Arch. Safari, Nurse Art, English Architecture, Wellcome Collection, Vintage Nurse, Military Women, Historical Images, My Heritage, African History

Historical Indulgences

ca. 1900, “Sister Pretty Departing”, [Boer War nurse boarding a horse-drawn RAMC supply wagon]

Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshall Jan Christian Smuts. Union Of South Africa, North Africa, World War I, World History, British Army Uniform, War Image, Winston Churchill, World Leaders, African History

Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Field Marshall Jan Christian Smuts...

... at a Conference of the British Commonwealth. London, Apr. 1945 Photo: Bob Landry

Jan Smuts 1947 prominent South African and British Commonwealth statesman military leader and philosopher. He was a supporter of racial segregation Field Marshal, Tomorrow Is Another Day, Best Documentaries, Apartheid, Historical Images, Great Leaders, Royal Air Force, My Heritage, African History

Jan Smuts 1947 prominent South African and British Commonwealth statesman, military leader and philosopher. He was a supporter of racial segregation

Paul Kruger was State President of the South African Republic (Transvaal). He gained international renown as the face of Boer resistance against the British during the South African or Second Boer War Kruger National Park, Modern History, African History, African Art, British Army, World War I, Military History, South Africa, Two By Two

History of South Africa - Key Figures in South Africa’s history - From European Arrival until the Freedom Charter

South African history outline and key figures in South Africa’s history.

May 28 1948 Daniel Francois Malan defeats Jan Smuts and becomes Prime Minister of South Africa ushering in the era of apartheid which is finally dismantled by F W de Klerk in Jan Christiaan Smuts Apartheid, My Land, African History, Popular Music, Prime Minister, Popular Culture, Good Old, South Africa, Christian

May 28, 1948– Daniel Francois Malan defeats Jan Smuts and becomes Prime Minister of South Africa, ushering in the era of apartheid, which is finally dismantled by F W de Klerk in 1994. Jan Christiaan Smuts

Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates, Johannesburg History Online, My Family History, Pretoria, African History, Live, Agriculture, Art Direction, Cry, Landscape Photography

Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates, Johannesburg | South African History Online

Click on image to enlarge It was declared a National Monument under old NMC legislation on 22 February 1944.

Jan Christiaan Smuts South African and British Commonwealth statesman and military leader. Held various cabinet posts, and served as Prime Minister of South Africa from and Jan Smuts in Pin by Paolo Marzioli World History, World War, Photo Art Gallery, Provinces Of China, African History, Model Release, Military History, Wwii, South Africa

WWII South African General Smuts Photo Print for Sale

Buy the WWII South African General Smuts Photo Print for sale at The McMahan Photo Art Gallery and Archive.

Jubilee Square in when it was still known as Market Square. (It was the market where farmers in the area came to sell their produce. Cape Town South Africa, Whale Watching, African History, Old Things, Things To Sell, Farmers, Old Photos, Mineral, The Past

Jubilee Square

Simon's Town / Simonstown, Cape Town, South Africa - A place to enjoy whale watching, penguins, sun, yachting, fishing, eating and good, safe accommodation.