Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives

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Imperial Light Horse, Elandslaagte. The monuments lsit the names of the officers and men of the IMPERIAL lIGHT horse who fell on 21 October 1899

Sepia print 6.3 x 8.8cm

K R Rifles, Spion Kop

Sepia print 6.1 x 8.7cm

Spion Kop Monument

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Monument at Spion Kop

Sepia print 9.8 x 7.5cm faded

Monuments at Elanslaagte, Modder-spruit, 1900

Sepia print 6 x 8.7cm

Imperial Troops grave, Colenso

Sepia print 6.2 x 8.6cm

Devon's grave, Wagon's Hill, 6th January 1900

Sepia print 6.2 x 8.9cm

Monument at Wagon's Hill

Sepia print 6.1 x 8.9cm

Officers and men of imperial who fell at Hart's Hill, December 1899-February 1900

Sepia print 6.2 x 8.7cm

Monument to Inniskilling Fusiliers who fell at Tugela, Deceber 1899-February 1900

Sepia print 6 x 8.7cm

Officers' graveyard

Sepia print 6.1 x 8.8cm

Graves on Hart's Hill

Sepia print 6.2 x 8.5cm

Position of RFA guns, 15 December 1899

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Monument where Col. Long lost 10 guns, Colenso, 15th December 1899. Near this spot on 15th December 1899 the 14th and 66th Field Batteries Royal Artillery came into action during the attack on Colenso.

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Monument where Col. Long los 10 guns, Colenso, 15th December 1899

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Funeral of Sir William Stokes, consulting surgeon to the British Army in Natal, Fort Napier, 20th August 1900

Sepia print 14.7 x 19.5cm fading around edges

Russian ambulance Corps which assisted the boer forces during the 2nd Anglo-Boer War, photographed outsided St Dominic's Convent, Newcastle

Sepia print 16.4 x 22.7cm faded

English graves, Modderspruit. This is the grave of Lieutenant Harold W Bryan of the 28th squadron 4th Regiment, Imperial Yedmanry, killed in action at Hardyville 22 October 1901, aged 20

Sepia print 8.1 x 10.4cm

English graves, Modderspruit

Sepia print 10.4 x 8.3cm faded

This photo represents the last Council of War held near Bloemfontein, by Boer Commandants, on the day, previous to British occupation. The Boer officials dedided to defend their capital to the last, but were prevented by doing so.

Sepia print 15.1 x 20.1cm faded


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