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Boer Oudhede

Collection by Nicolet Prinsloo

Nicolet Prinsloo
A Boer laager or encampment during the South African or Boer War Asian History, British History, Strange History, History Facts, Historical Women, Historical Photos, Cape Colony, World Conflicts, My Family History

Battle of Stormberg - The Boer War

General Gatacre’s disastrous defeat in Northern Cape Colony, fought on 9th/10th December 1899; the first battle of ‘Black Week’

Boer War: Haunting Photos Of History's First Concentration Camps concentration camps - Camping National Park Camping, Sequoia National Park, National Parks, California Beach Camping, Haunting Photos, Lest We Forget, African History, Vintage Photographs, World War Two

Photographs reveal plight of Afrikaners in concentration camps

The British concentration camps took the lives of almost ten per cent of the Boer population at the time although unlike the Nazi camps, there were no executions of innocent people.

Wagon and team (oxen) Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Pioneer Day, Pioneer Life, Wagon Trails, Old Wagons, Into The West, Covered Wagon

Traveling by covered wagon was no fun

Americans by nature like to travel. Although it’s still a young country we’ve always been that way. Complaining about traffic, air travel, or traveling in general seems to be the norm rather than t…

One of many Boer families of high class after arrival at a UK concentration camp. Contemporary History, New York Life, A Day In Life, African History, Military History, Warfare, World War, South Africa, Today History

The South African BOER WAR 1899-1902

The South African BOER WAR 1899-1902. Cape of Good Hope. The Cape of Good Hope ,South Africa was founded in 1652 as a ha...

British ambulance collecting wounded soldiers after the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 during the Boer War War Novels, World Conflicts, Military Service, British Colonial, Old London, British Army, African History, Ambulance, Military History

Battle of Colenso

Buller’s disastrous first attempt to cross the Tugela River in Natal and relieve Ladysmith, on 15th December 1899: last of the three battles of ‘Black Week’.