Boer War

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Armed Afrikaners (Boers) fighting against the British Empire in the Siege of Ladysmith. Ladysmith, Natal, South Africa, 1900 (Second Boer War) 🇿🇦 . British Soldier, British Army, The Veldt, Empire, British People, Education System, British Colonial, African History, British 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’.

Attempting to save the guns at the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 in the Boer War

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’.

Boers with the captured guns after the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 during the Boer War World Conflicts, Armed Conflict, Brothers In Arms, War Photography, British Colonial, African History, Military History, Wwi, World War Two

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’.

Royal Dublin Fusiliers on the Armoured Train in Natal in November 1899 during the Boer War Railroad Pictures, British Armed Forces, Train Art, King And Country, British Colonial, Panzer, British Army, African History, Military History
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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’.

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, Great Pictures, Ambulance

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’.

British infantry board an armored train in the Boer War. Horace W. British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, Naval History, Military History, World Conflicts, British Colonial, Panzer, African 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’.

British field hospital train collecting wounded soldiers after the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 during the Boer War Inner World, British Colonial, African History, World War I, Military History, Homeland, Astronomy, South Africa, Battle
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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’.

Royal Dublin Fusiliers in action on the Armoured Train at Chievely on November 1899 during the Boer War Railroad Pictures, The Siege, Train Art, King And Country, Panzer, British Army, African History, Military History, World War Two
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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’.

Boer citizens leaving Johannesburg for the front at the beginning of the Boer War in 1899 Busses, Afrikaans, Military History, Old Pictures, South Africa, Trains, Battle, Two By Two, The Past
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Battle of Talana

The first battle of the Great Boer War, also known as the Battle of Dundee, fought in Northern Natal on 20th October 1899.

Winston Churchill (on the pony) by the wrecked railway trucks of the Armoured Train at Chievely on November 1899 during the Boer War

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’.

British troops in camp in Natal during the Boer War British Soldier, British Army, The Siege, War Photography, African History, Great Pictures, Empire, The Past, In This Moment

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’.

Royal Field Artillery gunners in 1899 with a 15 pounder field gun Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Military History, Heritage Image, Photographic Prints, Poster Size Prints, Photo Mugs, Guns
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Battle of Talana

The first battle of the Great Boer War, also known as the Battle of Dundee, fought in Northern Natal on 20th October 1899.

"As a war correspondent for the Morning Post, Winston Churchill was captured by the Boers while travelling in an armored train which was wrecked. Picture shows: A group of prisoners, with Churchill on the right", 1899 British Soldier, British Army, Prisoners Of War, Winston Churchill, British Colonial, African History, World War I, Marine Corps, Military History
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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’.

General Botha at the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 during the Boer War

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’.

inch naval guns on Captain Percy Scott gun carriages at Durban used by the British at the Battle of Colenso on December 1899 during the Boer War Royal Horse Artillery, King And Country, British Colonial, British Army, African History, Royal Navy, World History, Military History, Battle

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’.