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An Infographic illustrating the African slave trade in American history. “African American Slave Trade: Ships & Records for Genealogy. Black History Facts, African American History, Black History Month, World History, Family History, Slavery History, History Books, History Quotes, European History

African American Slave Trade: Ships & Records for Genealogy

Use slave ship names and records found in newspapers to trace your ancestors. Learn how these records can help your find lost family history. Learn more!

By 1818 a new leader Shaka gained authority among the Nguni people. This leader created a formidable military force which was organized on lineage. Shaka was assassinated in

SHAKA ZULU Shaka kaSenzangakhona (c. 1787 – c. 22 September 1828), also known as Shaka Zulu was the most influential leader of the Zulu Kingdom. He is widely credited with uniting many of the Northern Nguni people, specifically the Mtetwa Paramountcy and the Ndwandwe into the Zulu Kingdom, the beginnings of a nation that held sway over the portion of southern Africa between the Phongolo and Mzimkhulu Rivers, and his statesmanship and vigour marked him as one of the greatest Zulu kings

Shaka Zulu ruled the Zulu nation during the times of the slave trade. He revolutionized the Zulu army and played a crucial part in Zulu history. African Culture, African American History, Black Art, Hulk, African Royalty, Arte Tribal, African Diaspora, History Facts, World History

Shaka was born circa 1787, son of a minor Zulu chief, but his mother was an unranked woman, and Shaka was a humiliated and discredited child. Taking refuge with his mother in the court of the Zulu leader of the day, he grew up to become a great military leader. When the Zulu leader was murdered by a rival clan, Shaka assumed the throne.

Lizzie Van Zyl was a Boer child who died in the British Concentration Camp in Bloemfontein in South Africa. women and children died in the British concentration camps at the turn of the to Century.

Lizzie van Zyl, a Boer girl, who died in the British Bloemfontein concentration camp in South Africa during the 2nd Boer War (1899-1902). It was estimated that 27,927 Boer (of whom 22,074 were children under 16) and 14,154 black Africans died of starvation, disease and exposure in these camps preceding the Nazi ones by 37 years. The British used deportation to the camps as a weapon against Boer guerrillas.

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Afrikanerhart - die Trekpad van 'n Nasie | De Volkshuijs Media

Die Boere-Afrikaner se aanlyn tuiste vir die nuutste in kultuur, godsdiens, geskiedenis, politiek en vermaak. Boeresport. Volkswysies. Rubrieke. Resepte. Alles in jou voertaal, Afrikaans!

Die Trekkers wat oorgebly het na die moorde van 17 Februarie, het hulle voorgeneem om Dingaan te straf vir sy onmenslike dade. Die eerste strafekspedisie by Italeni het wel misluk, maar die Voortrekkers was beslis om nie te rus voordat Dingaan se mag gebreek is nie. Dit het gelei die Slag van Bloedrivier op 16 Desember. My Herritage, Pioneer Crafts, Places Worth Visiting, Antique Pictures, Family Roots, My Land, African History, South Africa, War

Die Trekkers wat oorgebly het na die moorde van 17 Februarie, het hulle voorgeneem om Dingaan te straf vir sy onmenslike dade. Die eerste strafekspedisie by Italeni het wel misluk, maar die Voortrekkers was beslis om nie te rus voordat Dingaan se mag gebreek is nie. Dit het gelei die Slag van Bloedrivier op 16 Desember.

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Die Unie van Suid-Afrika (Engels: Union of South Africa, Nederlands: Unie van Zuid-Afrika) is gevorm op 31 Mei 1910 toe die ou Kaapkolonie en Natal saamgesmelt het met die oorwonne Suid-Afrikaanse Republiek en Oranje-Vrystaat (hernoem na die Oranjerivierkolonie) ná die Boere-oorlog. Die verskeie dele was daarna onderskeidelik bekend as die Kaapprovinsie, Natalprovinsie, Transvaal en die Oranje-Vrystaat.

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Paul Kruger was State President of the South African Republic (Transvaal). He gained international renown as the face of Boer resistance against the British during the South African or Second Boer War Kruger National Park, African History, African Art, British Army, World War I, Military History, South Africa, Two By Two, Live

Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger (10 October 1825 – 14 July 1904), better known as Paul Kruger, and affectionately known as Uncle Paul (Afrikaans: "Oom Paul"), was State President of the South African Republic (Transvaal). He gained international renown as the face of Boer resistance against the British during the South African or Second Boer War (1899–1902).

Een aande gedurende die oorlog, het sy vader se kommando op die plaas oornag. Die Engelse was kort op hulle hakke, en agter hulle bloed aan. Die oggend nadat die kommando vertrek het, daag die Engelse dan ook daar op. Die offisier in bevel, 'n sekere kaptein JEB Sealy, kry dan ook bewyse op die plaas dat die kommando daar oornag het. Nadat Sealy bietjie rondgekyk het, sien hy vir Japie daar naby staan en besluit om hom te ondervra. Hoeveel van hulle was daar?

Een aande gedurende die oorlog, het sy vader se kommando op die plaas oornag. Die Engelse was kort op hulle hakke, en agter hulle bloed aan. Die oggend nadat die kommando vertrek het, daag die Engelse dan ook daar op. Die offisier in bevel, 'n sekere kaptein JEB Sealy, kry dan ook bewyse op die plaas dat die kommando daar oornag het. Nadat Sealy bietjie rondgekyk het, sien hy vir Japie daar naby staan en besluit om hom te ondervra. Hoeveel van hulle was daar?

Grietjie is die naam van die kanon wat by die Slag van Bloedrivier gebruik is. In Nederlandse spreekwoorde word die naam “Griet” gebruik om ‘n kwaai vrou te beskryf, byvoorbeeld: “Twee Grieten en eene Anne, kunnen den drommel uit de hel bannen” en “Daar twee Grieten in huis zijn, behoeft men geen bassenden (blaffende) hond.”  Dit is dus meer aanneemlik en te verstane waarom die Voortrekkers se rumoerige stuk swaargeskut die naam “Griet” gekry het ‘n raserige, kwaai vrou! Armed Conflict, The Old Days, Folk Music, My Land, African History, Ancestry, Archaeology, Astronomy, South Africa

Grietjie is die naam van die kanon wat by die Slag van Bloedrivier gebruik is. In Nederlandse spreekwoorde word die naam “Griet” gebruik om ‘n kwaai vrou te beskryf, byvoorbeeld: “Twee Grieten en eene Anne, kunnen den drommel uit de hel bannen” en “Daar twee Grieten in huis zijn, behoeft men geen bassenden (blaffende) hond.” Dit is dus meer aanneemlik en te verstane waarom die Voortrekkers se rumoerige stuk swaargeskut die naam “Griet” gekry het ‘n raserige, kwaai vrou!

TIL that the founder of the Rhodes scholarship Cecil Rhodes was also the founder of the De Beers mining company and also a key figure in setting up apartheid in South Africa John Rhodes, Imperial Design, Africa Continent, History Online, Interesting History, African History, Teamwork, South Africa, De Beers

Cecil John Rhodes | South African History Online

Cecil John Rhodes was born on 5 July 1853 in the small hamlet of Bishops Stortford, England. He was the fifth son of Francis William Rhodes and his second wife, Louisa Peacock.