Winston Churchill served with the Scots Fusiler Guards in WWI. .....The 1/6th Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers get a new Commanding Officer - On this day in Scottish Military History - 06 May 1916

For some of the best prices see Hains Clearance dot com Winston Churchill served with the Scots Fusiler Guards in WWI.The Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers get a new Commanding Officer - On this day in Scottish Military History - 06 May 1916

Nasionale Vlaghysing 31 Mei 1928 ~ ( Unie van Suid-Afrika ) ~Face book)

Nasionale Vlaghysing 31 Mei 1928 ~ ( Unie van Suid-Afrika ) ~Face book)

Gerhardus Christian Coetzee (born 8 April 1955 in Boksburg), better known as Gerrie Coetzee, is a South African former boxer. He made history twice: he was the first boxer from the African continent ever to fight for, and win, a world heavyweight title. His nickname was The Bionic Hand, because he always had trouble with his right hand. His Afrikaans nickname was "Seer Handjies" or little sore hands, named so by fellow South African boxing great Kallie Knoetze.

Gerhardus Christian Coetzee (born 8 April 1955 in Boksburg), better known as Gerrie Coetzee, is a South African former boxer. He made history twice: he was the first boxer from the African continent ever to fight for, and win, a world heavyweight title.

1901 South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War. They were built by the British to protect the railway bridges from Boer attacks. The stone is local while the remaining materials were imported from Britain. These Blockhouses could house 20 men with water, ammunition and supplies stored on the lower floor. The "living" area was the middle floor and was accessible by a retractable ladder and the top floor was the "look-out" deck. Only 1000 of these Blockhouses were built.

A surviving blockhouse in South Africa. Blockhouses were constructed by the British to secure supply routes from Boer raids during the war . Second Boer War - Britain vs Dutch South African Colonists

South Africa: Bokslegendes Kallie Knoetze & Mike Schutte

South Africa: Bokslegendes Kallie Knoetze & Mike Schutte

This Day in History: Sep 11, 1950: Jan Smuts, statesman, military leader & philosopher, dies

This Day in History: Sep Jan Smuts, statesman, military leader philosopher, dies

Springboks/ Kaptein/ Captains/ Bokke/ Rugby/memories/ Naas Botha

Springboks/ Kaptein/ Captains/ Bokke/ Rugby/memories/ Naas Botha

Able Seaman Just Nuisance.  wearing a cap and jacket - going on parade with his…

Able Seaman Just Nuisance. wearing a cap and jacket - going on parade with his…

This Day in History: Sep 11, 1950: Jan Smuts, statesman, military leader & philosopher, dies

This Day in History: Sep Jan Smuts, statesman, military leader philosopher, dies

Great Trek - A map charting the routs of the largest trekking parties during the first wave of the Great Trek (1835-1840) along with key battles and events. It marks the routs taken by Louis Trigardt     , Janse van Rensburg     , Hendrik Potgieter     , Gerrit Maritz     , Piet Retief     , and Piet Uys     .Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A map of the first wave of the Great Trek illustrating the paths of the largest parties of Voortrekkers (Africaans and Dutch for pioneer) across Southern Africa

A sketch of Genl Koos De la Rey taking his wounded son Adrian to hospital. Adrian lost his life shortly afterwards.

A sketch of Genl Koos De la Rey taking his wounded son Adrian to hospital. Adrian lost his life shortly afterwards.

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