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Afrikaners on veldt near Ladysmith sometime around 1900. At the war's start, Boers launched

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Driven from their homes as the British cleared out the South African countryside, women and

British casualties being removed from the field after the Battle of Ladysmith or Lombard's Kop on


Its residents called themselves vryburgers (free citizens) and appointed their own president, designed their own flag and postage stamps.

The Netherlands Ambulance wagon that carried wounded Boer soldiers to Modderspruit Station, fifteen minutes away from Rietfontein.

For 119 days, the British garrison at Ladysmith held out as Boer gunners hammered them

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Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in History: Oct 11, 1899: Boer War begins in South Africa

Map of Nicholsons Nek & Modderspruit.

... colonists up into the interior of southern Africa in search of land where they could establish their own homeland, independent of British rule.

If you look up on the northern side of the tunnel you can see an unusual tufa waterfall that plunges down the rock face. Known as the Kadishi Tufa Waterfall ...

Kings, commoners and concessionaires dawned, and aflurryof messages was sent out in an effort

The Uitlanders of the Transvaal continued to agitate for improved conditions and petitioned the British government to intervene on their behalf.

(Attached is a photograph taken during the Anglo Boer War of a blockhouse and detachment of the “Royal Dublin Fusiliers” who manned the post).


It was the scene of a dramatic battle between the British and Boers during the Anglo-Boer War.


The Boers were of course also re-grouping so as to be able to give supporting fire without hitting their own men and distributing ammunition to those who ...

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Behind the sculpture is a wall with five large bronze panels depicting and illustrating the history of the region's German immigrants, who arrived in 1857 ...

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... which occurred when Boer leaders Andries Potgieter and Gerrit Maritz took on Mzilikazi's Matabele at their headquarters, 15 kilometres from the present ...

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The pass is named after the 155mm guns used by the Boers in the Anglo-Boer War, nicknamed 'Long Toms' by the British.


The Anglo Boer War (1899-1902) - Boer Casualties

Gately built Gately House in 1876, and his family lived in it until the death of his last surviving child, Margaret, in 1966.

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The following day, on 29 March 1879, the 2 700 British soldiers were attacked by ...

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The area is steeped in the torrid history of the Anglo-Boer War. The whole village was destroyed during the war and had to be rebuilt.

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It's an absolute gem that is a must for any nature-lover – you could spend hours exploring and enjoying the extraordinary diversity and splendour of the ...

C.M. Dixon's 'Flag of Truce after Surprise Hill' by ColorCopyCenter

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[Collection of five items, including: Two Typewritten Manuscript Memoirs about the Second Boer War: Unpublished Text “A Remarkable Trek.

Works by Ambrosisus Bosschaert I and Francesco Guardi lead Christie's Old Master & British Paintings Sale

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This growth was temporally halted with the outbreak of the second Anglo-Boer War. With its hills and islands in the Vaal, the city's terrain proved ideal ...

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But all of this gives the reserve a quaint charm and the ever-smiling rangers will soon put you on the right track. If you're driving from Port Alfred, ...

This same Afrikaner resilience cost Britain an unanticipated £190 million in the South African (or Anglo-Boer) War, which is commemorated at many sites and ...

... West Africa was garrisoned by occupation troops, who, in the words of the official historians, had "a successful little native campaign of their own".


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The red trail goes past Piggy Dam, which is really inviting on a hot day, then crosses a farm road onto a section of open grassland.


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The trail starts at the Coastal Education and Visitor Centre boardwalk and leads down to a sandy beach. After a short distance along the beach, ...

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Drive east from Port Alfred on the R72 and turn off on the dirt road to Riet River, just before Kleinmonde. Park outside the security gates of the Riet ...

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In those 60 years, the Zulus shaped the future of the country and were engaged in battles with the Boers and the British, but these were not the only bloody ...

(Photo: By courtesy, War Museum of the Boer republics, Bloemfontein)

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