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The Welshmen at Rorke's Drift: Men of the 24th Regiment in the Anglo-Zulu War. Trooper William James Clarke of the Natal Mounted Police described in his diary that "altogether we buried 375 Zulus and some wounded were thrown into the grave. Seeing the manner in which our wounded had been mutilated after being dragged from the hospital... we were very bitter and did not spare wounded Zulus". This picture came from http://historum.com/war-military-history/41051-war-photography-7.html

The Welshmen at Rorke's Drift: Men of the Regiment in the Anglo-Zulu War…

Anglo-Boereoorlog, so paar `tools of the trade` van daardie tyd.

Anglo-Boereoorlog, so paar `tools of the trade` van daardie tyd.

Considering the handwriting: The Boers were not as backward as many made them out to be. Both images from POW's in captivity. Diyatalawa Ceylon and St Helena. ABW.. Note the date of birth of each inmate in the register Karel Smit was but 14

Considering the handwriting: The Boers were not as backward as many made them out to be. Diyatalawa Ceylon and St Helena. Note the date of birth of each inmate in the register Karel Smit was but 14

German WWII propaganda poster aimed at recruitment of non-Germans into the Waffen-SS. The poster uses the image of Paul Kruger, President of South Africa during the Boer War, as anti-British propaganda. The slogan reads: "Everything will be alright - Fight against bolshevism in the Waffen-SS"

Germany - “Everything will be alright - Fight against bolshevism in the Waffen-SS” - German recruitment poster showing the President of South Africa during the Boer War, Paul Kruger

J.N.X. building, Greenmarket Square (Photograph circa 1924).

J.N.X. building, Greenmarket Square (Photograph circa 1924).

Strand Street, Cape Town (1950's).

Strand Street, Cape Town (1950's).

Main Road, Claremont, Cape Town, early 1940's.

Main Road, Claremont, Cape Town, early 1940's.