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Cetshwayo (1826-1884), a king who fought the British in the Anglo-Zulu wars, was also the last independent monarch of the Zulu nation.

Cetshwayo (1826-1884), a king who fought the British in the Anglo-Zulu wars, was also the last independent monarch of the Zulu nation.

Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

[Photo] Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

Map of Spion Kop and surrounding hills. Points A & B are on Spion Kop, from the book, "My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War" by General Ben Viljoen, pubished in 1902

Map of Spion Kop and surrounding hills. Points A & B are on Spion Kop, from the book, "My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War" by General Ben Viljoen, pubished in 1902

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spion kop boer war - Google-søgning

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Royal Munster Fusiliers during the Boer War

Royal Munster Fusiliers during the Boer War

The Boer War in Colour -   Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

The Boer War in Colour - Find us on facebook group: The Anglo-Boer War (The South African War) - 1899 - 1902

Anglo-boer war

Anglo-boer war

Boer commandos turning the British guns, Boer War

Boer commandos turning the British guns, Boer War

An illustration of Boers engaging British forces during the Boer War (1899-1902).

An illustration of Boers engaging British forces during the Boer War (1899-1902).

British dead littler the field following the Battle of Spion Kop, some of the 243 soldiers to fall there. (Ladysmith Siege Museum)

British dead littler the field following the Battle of Spion Kop, some of the 243 soldiers to fall there. (Ladysmith Siege Museum)

DE LA REYS TRENCH WARFARE - BoersdefendTrench.JPG (640×416)

DE LA REYS TRENCH WARFARE - BoersdefendTrench.JPG (640×416)

Battle of Spionkop

Battle of Spionkop

Dutch settlers were forced from their land by the European, causing them to move inland. They named their new settlements the Orange Free States. Then they were forced to face a powerful Zulu force. The British defeated them and they fell under rule of the British.https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/68/4f/49/684f49aa9c2ea65e2b207556b81ad307.jpg

Dutch settlers were forced from their land by the European, causing them to move inland. They named their new settlements the Orange Free States. Then they were forced to face a powerful Zulu force. The British defeated them and they fell under rule of the British.https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/68/4f/49/684f49aa9c2ea65e2b207556b81ad307.jpg

Race for the Copje ,Boer War - by G Douglas Giles

Race for the Copje ,Boer War - by G Douglas Giles

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