Louis Botha, Commander-in-chief of the Transvaal Boers, fighting with impressive capability at Colenso and Spion kop. After the fall of Pretoria, he led a concerted guerrilla campaign against the British.
Flags of Afrikanerland by 19North95 on DeviantArt
some flags for an fictious Independent Afrikaner State, located in the western parts of modern South Africa 19north95.deviantart.com/art/A… Flags of Afrikanerland
Elizabeth van Heyningen Launches The Concentration Camps of the Anglo-Boer War
Elizabeth van Heyningen launched her new book, The Concentration Camps of the Anglo-Boer War: A Social History, at The Book Lounge in Cape Town last night. The turnout for her discussion with the head of the
Back the attack!: Photo
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Japie Greying: Bravery in the face of death
At dawn on a dewy, autumn morning in April 1901, Captain J.E.B Seeley and 20 handpicked, well armed British soldiers surrounded a farmhouse situated on Smaldeel, in the district of Hopetown in the …
Piet Joubert | South African History Online
Acted as President of the Transvaal when the territory was annexed in 1877, joined Kruger and Pretorius to take up arms against the British. He led the commando that defeated the British at Laing's Nek, Ingogo and Majuba Hill. Joubert became commandant-general of the Transvaal and managed to crush the Jameson Raid in January 1896. He died soon after besieging Ladysmith, which proved to be disasterous, as opposed to what his younger generals had urged him to do.
Murder too foul. Scorched earth. Men, women and children in concentration camps. Even in Pakistan. Little more than 100 years is not too long to remember. Photo: mother and daughters. The child in the seat had died.