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Anglo Boere Oorlog

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Men of the First Battalion the Rifle Brigade before embarking on a ship on the Isle of Wight to take them to South Africa in 1899 British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, Military Photos, Military History, World War I, World History, World Conflicts, War Photography

Fascinating rare photographs show soldiers in Boer War

The album contains more than 150 black and white images of the First Battalion Rifle Brigade and provide a fascinating record of their battles with the Boers in South Africa from 1899 to 1902.

Boer commandos in the veld - Anglo-Boer War Military Photos, Military History, Antique Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Colonial, African History, Old West, South Africa

Boer Girl in the Concentration Camps of South Africa

Memoir of Hester Johanna Maria Uys interned in English concentration camps at Bloemfontein, Bethulie and Kabusie during South Afircan War, 1901-1902

In Langlaagte later the same evening, Boer War hero General Jacobus Hercules (Koos) De la Rey was on his way to Potchef- stroom accompanied . Cape Colony, War Novels, African Love, Armed Conflict, African History, Funny People, Rey, South Africa, Battle

This Day in History: May 31, 1902: The Boer War ends

In Pretoria, representatives of Great Britain and the Boer states sign the Treaty of Vereeniging, officially ending the three-and-a-half-year South African Boer War. The Boers, also known as Afrikaners, were the descendants of the original Dutch settlers of southern Africa. Britain took possession of the Dutch Cape colony in 1806 during the Napoleonic wars, sparking resistance from the independence-minded Boers, who resented the Anglicization of South Africa and Britain's anti-slavery…

Anglo-Boer war - Commandant Gideon Scheepers surrendered 10 October he was executed 18 January He was born in the district of Middelburg, Mpumalanga. Native American Men, Family Research, Armed Conflict, My Childhood Memories, Guerrilla, African History, Cute Images, Special Forces, Military History

1902: Gideon Scheepers, Boer guerrilla

"Scheepers lives because they shot him." -Hermi Baartman, Graaf-Reinet Museum On this date in 1902, Kommandant Gideon Jacobus Scheepers was shot by the British for his exploits in the Boer War. The...

Visit to Napoleon’s Tomb 1901 Saint Helena Island Info Boer Prisoners Saint Helena Island, St Helena, Folk Music, Atlantic Ocean, Cemetery, Prison, South Africa, Saints, Street View

Boer PoWs | Saint Helena Island Info: All about St Helena, in the South Atlantic Ocean

Saint Helena Island Info Boer PoWs (1900-1902) Home-from-home? Not really… ADVANCE ARRIVAL ARTICLE BECAME BURGH CEMETERY DEPARTURE ESCAPEES FIRST ST HELENA IMPACT OVERSEAS PRISONER REALLY SAINT THERE

Rustenburg At War - The Story of Rustenburg and its Citizens in the 1st & 2nd Anglo-Boer War - LINOL WULFSOHN Inner World, Folk Music, Citizen, Archaeology, Astronomy, My Books, War, History, Reading

Rustenburg At War - The Story of Rustenburg and its Citizens in the 1st & 2nd Anglo-Boer War - LINOL WULFSOHN

  Saint Helena Island, St Helena, Free State, Atlantic Ocean, Family History, Cemetery, Saints, Van, Vans

Boer PoWs | Saint Helena Island Info: All about St Helena, in the South Atlantic Ocean

Saint Helena Island Info Boer PoWs (1900-1902) Home-from-home? Not really… ADVANCE ARRIVAL ARTICLE BECAME BURGH CEMETERY DEPARTURE ESCAPEES FIRST ST HELENA IMPACT OVERSEAS PRISONER REALLY SAINT THERE

Songs of the veld and other poems: English poems on the Anglo-Boer War introduced by Marthinus van Bart. Protest Poetry, Vintage Dance, Inner World, Folk Music, African History, Military History, New Age, Alice Greene, Dance Music

Songs of the Veld

This book was banned by the British authorities in South Africa when it appeared in 1902 shortly after the end of the Anglo-Boer War. It contains pro-Boer and anti-imperialist protest poetry that had been published in the weekly London journal, The New Age, and is now reproduced in a facsimile edition with a substantial introduction in English and Afrikaans by Marthinus van Bart. Six South Africans, Betty Molteno, Alice Greene, Anna Purcell, C Louis Leipoldt, Friedrich Kolbe and Albert…