Europe forgot about the genocide of the Boers // Europe again "forgot" about the genocide of the Boers at the beginning of the XX century. Pope Francis on Sunday honoured the 100th anniversary of the slaughter of Armenians by calling it "the first genocide of the 20th century." "Why Europe has forgotten us? .." - Asks 27.000 Boer's women and children who died in British concentration camps.
Boer baby in a British concentration camp.Boer baby in a British concentration camp. Helen Harris, who paid a visit to the Potchefstroom concentration camp, stated: "Imagine a one year old baby who receives no milk; who has to drink water or coffee - there is no doubt that this is the cause of the poor health of the children."
Afrikaners gedenk 22 000 konsentrasiekampkinders - FAK
deur dr Danie Langner Dit is merkwaardig dat die datum, 16 Junie, betrekking het op twee prosesse wat ’n groot invloed op talle kinderlewens gehad het […]
The Last Major Engagement
Towards the end of 1901 New Zealand had sent 7 contingents of men in aid of the war, at this late stage in the war supplies and moral were running low. The British generals were designing new...
Callaway House, 5 km north of Coromandel Town. Built in the 1840's it is one of New Zealand's oldest residential buildings. Walter Callaway was born and raised in this home.
This Day in History: Oct 11, 1899: Boer War begins in South Africa
Koos de la Rey and his family. His wife, Nonnie, never let the British capture her to placed in a camp. She was the only wife of a war general who traveled with her husband throughout the war. She was his greatest pillar of strength
The war at home - Exclusive Books
The concentration camps of the Anglo-Boer War caused thousands of deaths and much suffering. But should the women and children in the camps be seen only as victims, or is there another story to be told?