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One-million of Afrikaner whites are destitute, starving in SA . White Genocide in South Africa. obama, piece of racist shit he is, should be helping THESE immigrants! Out Of Touch, Persecution, Bad News, One In A Million, South Africa, Current Events, Wake Up, Told You So, Politics

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This is the first general history of the concentration camps of the Anglo-Boer or South African War in over fifty years, and the first to use in depth the very rich and extensive official documents in South African and British archives. World History Lessons, Family History, Back In Time, African History, South Africa, Camping, Genealogy, British, Military

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

Kitchener and General Cronje's messenger, Paardenberg, February 1900 Military Art, Military History, South Afrika, British Colonial Style, Age Of Empires, Out Of Africa, Edwardian Era, Zulu, British Army

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Lord Kitchener and General Cronje's Messenger, Paardeberg, Orange Free State, South Africa, February 19th, 1900 during the Second Boer War. Cronje had requested a cease-fire to bury the dead after Bloody Sunday, the first day of the Battle of Paardeberg. Field Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener, 1850 – 1916. British Field Marshal. After a drawing by Walter Paget. From Field Marshal Lord Kitchener, His Life and Work for the Empire, published 1916.