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Buy '1JZ Engine Sticker' by ArtyMotive as a Sticker. Illustrarion of a 1JZ Engine, this iconic JDM engine came in the JZX chassis (Chaser, Tourer v, Mark II, Cresta, Crown, Verossa) as well as some Soarers and mk3 Supras. The engine has al...

Boer mother and child in a British Concentration Camp, Anglo-Boer War, About 30 000 women and children died in the British Concentration Camps.

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Spion Kop Battlefield, South Africa Where the Boers Defeated the British. [The Battle of Spion Kop (Dutch: Slag bij Spionkop; Afrikaans: Slag van Spioenkop) was fought about 38 km (24 mi) west-south-west of Ladysmith on the hilltop of Spioenkop(1) along the Tugela River, Natal in South Africa from 23–24 January 1900. It was fought between the South African Republic and the Orange Free State on the one hand and British forces during the Second Boer War campaign to relieve Ladysmith].

Buy 'Ossewa Brandwag' by as a Greeting Card. Emblem of the Ossewa Brandwag that were formed during the Anglo Boer war Afgeneem in die Militere Musuem Johannesburg he Ossewabrandwag is founded as an Afrikaans nationalist or. South African Flag, African States, South Afrika, Albert Pike, Africa Flag, Military Special Forces, African Crafts, Flag Logo, My Land

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'Ossewa Brandwag' by SusanvanZyl2010. Emblem of the Ossewa Brandwag that were formed during the Anglo Boer war Afgeneem in die Militere Musuem Johannesburg he Ossewabrandwag is founded as an Afrikaans nationalist organisation in Bloemfont...

Voordat die Voortrekkers, wat hulle wapens buite die kraal moes laat bly, kon vertrek, is hulle op Dingaan se bevel vermoor. Hier word die name van die vermoordes gelys. Union Of South Africa, South African Air Force, Jaco, African History, History Facts, Military History, Homeland, Historical Photos, Monuments

Voordat die Voortrekkers, wat hulle wapens buite die kraal moes laat bly, kon vertrek, is hulle op Dingaan se bevel vermoor. Hier word die name van die vermoordes gelys.

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This Day in History: Jul 19, 1786: The town Graaf-Reinet is founded in South Africa

On 19 July 1786 Graaff-Reinet was established by the Dutch East Indian Company (DEIC). The town was named after the Governor Cornelis Jacob van de Graeff and his wife Cornelia Reynet. Graaff-Reinet is the fourth oldest town in South Africa. It is well known as the home of magnificent examples of Cape Dutch architecture and over 220 heritage sites. The town’s early history can be traced back to the 1770s, when autonomous farms were set up in the Graaff-Reinet area by Boers trekking from the…

This Day in History: Oct Boer War begins in South Africa - It was a war of greed. An already rich and powerful nation wanted more and was willing to sacrifice anything to get it. South Afrika, Armed Conflict, British Colonial, My Land, My Heritage, African History, War Machine, Special Forces, Funny People

This Day in History: Oct 11, 1899: Boer War begins in South Africa

It was a war of greed. An already rich and powerful nation wanted more and was willing to sacrifice anything to get it. The Second Boer War (Dutch: Tweede Boerenoorlog, Afrikaans: Tweede Vryheidsoorlog or Tweede Boereoorlog) was fought from 11 October 1899 until 31 May 1902 between the British Empire and the Afrikaans-speaking Dutch settlers of two independent Boer republics, the South African Republic (Transvaal Republic) and the Orange Free State. It ended with a British victory and the…

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British Terrorism against Boer civilians. How Britain destroyed the two Boer republics by starving civilians in concentration camps during the Anglo Boer War by Elma Ross.

British Terrorism against Boer civilians. How Britain destroyed the two Boer republics by starving civilians in concentration camps during the Anglo Boer War (1899-1902)

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Battle of Modder River The Boer War

Lord Methuen’s encounter battle at the Modder River, fought on 28th November 1899, as the British advanced to relieve Kimberley.