G6 Rhino - Tank Encyclopedia
South Africa (1981) – Self-Propelled Howitzer-Vehicle – 145+ built “Rhino”, the African Long Range Brawler The G6 Rhino is named after the indigenous African Rhinoceros, an animal which is massive in size and extremely powerful stationary and even more so when charging a threat. Armed with a long protruding horn on its snout, a rhino can […]
South African (Boer) War Memorial
The South African War Memorial was the first war memorial erected in the Park, and commemorates Western Australian soldiers killed in the South African (Boer) War from 1899 to 1902. The foundation stone for the memorial was laid by His Highness the Duke of Cornwall and York in July 1901 who had been in Australia to open the Parliament of the Commonwealth. The Krupp field gun was captured at Bothaville and presented to the State by the British Government in 1906. The South African War…
The Boer War in Colour! Extraordinary black and white photo’s comes to life! – Alternative DNA
Color photography may not have been invented until the 1930s but that hasn't stopped an active group Facebook group from looking to change the past. On the group The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902, members use photo manipulation to add color to historical black and white...
Statue of Louis Botha, South African Prime Minister
This statue of Louis Botha is by Raffaello Romanelli and is to be found outside the South African Parliament buidling, Cape Town. Botha was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa. Wikipedia entry