St. Helena - Cronje General Piet Cronje commandant general of the Traansvaal Republic and his wife Hester were transported along with 1000 prisoners of war from Capetown to St Helena in the Bermudas where Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1821.

St. Helena - Cronje General Piet Cronje commandant general of the Traansvaal Republic and his wife Hester were transported along with 1000 prisoners of war from Capetown to St Helena in the Bermudas where Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1821.

General Piet Cronjé (1836-1911), veteran general of the army of the South African Republic during the Second Boer War, taken prisoner by the British when he surrendered after losing the battle of Paardeberg on 27 February 1900. The photograph shows Cronjé as prisoner of war on Saint Helena where he remained until the conclusion of the war on 31 May 1902.[My great-grandfather]

General Piet Cronjé (1836-1911), veteran general of the army of the South African Republic during the Second Boer War, taken prisoner by the British when he surrendered after losing the battle of Paardeberg on 27 February 1900. The photograph shows Cronjé as prisoner of war on Saint Helena where he remained until the conclusion of the war on 31 May 1902.[My great-grandfather]

PA Cronje .This Day in History: Dec 11, 1899: The Battle of Magersfontein http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

PA Cronje .This Day in History: Dec 11, 1899: The Battle of Magersfontein http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

General Piet Cronje of the Transvaal, commander of the Boers at the Battle of Modder River on 28th November 1899

General Piet Cronje of the Transvaal, commander of the Boers at the Battle of Modder River on 28th November 1899

Wine bottle cheese board 'Keep Calm' - Such beautiful ideas by Tarryn Nieuwstad and Robyn Cronje

Wine bottle cheese board 'Keep Calm' - Such beautiful ideas by Tarryn Nieuwstad and Robyn Cronje

Bleacheddecor.com - Wall clock

Bleacheddecor.com - Wall clock

Kitchener and General Cronje's messenger, Paardenberg, February 19, 1900

Kitchener and General Cronje's messenger, Paardenberg, February 19, 1900

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