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Boer War Memorial, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

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, Pretoria, Exotic Places, Great Places, Beautiful Places, African History

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

Honoured Dead Memorial, Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa | by South African Tourism Beautiful Sites, Life Is Beautiful, Beautiful Places, African States, Namibia, Walking Routes, My Land, African History, South Africa

Honoured Dead Memorial, Kimberley, Northern Cape, South Africa

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 Memorial to those banished to foreign lands. Lion Face Drawing, Union Of South Africa, Free State, African History, Africa Travel, Travel Photos, Sheboygan Wisconsin, War Memorials, Tactical Survival

Boer War Memorial, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

The National Women's Memorial in honour of the somewhat 30 000 women and children who died in concentration camps during the Anglo Boer War, mostly due to neglect and starvation. Beautiful Places To Visit, Beautiful World, History Projects, African History, Africa Travel, Countries Of The World, Heritage Site, South Africa, National Parks

The National Women's Memorial in honour of the somewhat 30 000 women and children who died in concentration camps during the Anglo Boer War, mostly due to neglect and starvation. Bloemfontein, South Africa

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Boer War Memorial, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Otago South African War memorial in Dunedin African Culture, African History, Military Guard, South Afrika, Historical Pictures, West Africa, British History, Military History, Live

Otago South African War memorial in Dunedin

The magnificent South Africa 'Boer' War memorial at the Dunedin Oval

A most unusual feature of this type of blockhouse is a pair of angle bastions at diagonally opposite corners, which were designed to provide for the flanking fire along the walls, similar to the function of Machouli galleries on other patterns, but at ground level. This blockhouse was a two level structure with a lookout tower.Witkop Blockhouse - Boer Wars Memorials and Monuments on Waymarking.com Armed Conflict, Fortification, African History, How To Level Ground, Military History, Monument Valley, South Africa, Landscape Photography, Britain

Witkop Blockhouse

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Palmerston NZ Boer War Memorial - New Zealanders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia First World, World War, Statue Of Liberty, New Zealand, Military, Australia, Culture, Africans, Memories

Palmerston NZ Boer War Memorial - New Zealanders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

284 Canadians died during the Boer War, of which three are honored here:  In Memory of Those  Who Gave Their Lives 1899 Boer War 1901 CW Cotterrill BH Lee E Mackintosh  “The first contingent of 1,000 troops sailed from Quebec City 100 years ago, on Oct. 30, 1899. Another 7,638 young soldiers and 12 nurses followed over the next 2½ years. Their destination: South Africa, to join British Rossland Cenotaph - Boer War - Rossland, British Columbia - Boer Wars Memorials and Monuments on… Armed Conflict, Free State, Oct 30, Quebec City, My Land, British Columbia, Troops, South Africa, Britain

Rossland Cenotaph - Boer War - Rossland, British Columbia

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