Boer War Transvaal History South Africa Anglo British Vintage Book DVD

 Boer War Transvaal History South Africa Anglo British Vintage Book DVD

 

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What are the Boer Wars??

First Anglo-Boer War

The First Boer War, also known as the First Anglo-Boer War or the Transvaal War, was fought from 16 December 1880 until 23 March 1881 and was the first clash between the British and the Transvaal Boers.

It was precipitated by Sir Theophilus Shepstone, who annexed the South African Republic (Transvaal Republic) for the British in 1877. The British consolidated their power over most of the colonies of South Africa in 1879 after the Anglo-Zulu War, and attempted to impose an unpopular system of confederation on the region. The Boers protested, and in December 1880 they revolted.

Second Anglo-Boer War

The Second Boer War, also known as the Second Anglo-Boer War and the South African War, 11 October 1899 – 31 May 1902 was the first major international conflict of the 20th century. The war was fought between the British Empire and the two independent Boer republics of the Orange Free State and the South African Republic (Transvaal Republic). After a protracted hard-fought war, the two independent republics lost and were absorbed into the British Empire.

In all, the war had cost around 75,000 lives — 22,000 British soldiers (7,792 battle casualties, the rest through disease), 6,000-7,000 Boer Commandos, 20,000-28,000 Boer civilians, mostly woman and children, and an estimated 20,000 black Africans. The last of the Boers surrendered in May 1902 and the war ended with the Treaty of Vereeniging in the same month. The Union of South Africa was established in 1910. The treaty ended the existence of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State as Boer republics and placed them within the British Empire.

 

WHAT IS ON THE DVD?

Australia at the Front – A Colonial View of the Boer War (1901)

Boer and Britisher in South Africa; a history of the Boer-British war …  Neville, John Ormond(c1900)

Boer war lyrics – Selmar, Louis (1903)

Briton and Boer; both sides of the South African question – Bryce, James(1900)

Briton or Boer. A tale of the fight for Africa –  Griffith, George Chetwynd (1897)

Cassell’s History of the Boer War, 1899-1902 – Richard Danes(1903)

Chants for the Boer  Miller, Joaquin(1900)

Heroes of the Boer War Rompel, Frederik (1903)

History of South Africa and the Boer-British war – Beck, Henry Houghton (1900)

In the court of history. An apology for Canadians who were opposed to the South African war – Smith, Goldwin (1902)

My experiences of the Boer war –  Sternberg, Adalbert(1901)

My reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer war – Viljoen, Ben J. (1902)

Neutral rights and obligations in the Anglo-Boer war – Campbell, Robert Granville(1908)

Records of the Rough Riders (XXth Battalion Imperial Yeomanry.) Boer War … (1907)

Report on the Concentration Camps in South Africa

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol I – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol II – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol III – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol IV – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol V – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol VI – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol VII – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa and the Transvaal war Vol VIII – Creswicke, Louis (1900)

South Africa, its history, heroes and wars – Mackenzie, William Douglas ([1899])

The American Revolution and the Boer War – Sydney Fisher (1902)

The Boer war –  Robertson, J. M (1902)

The Boer War  its causes, and its interest to Canadians with a glossary of Cape Dutch and Kafir terms (1899)

The Boers in war; the story of the British-Boer war of 1899-1900, as seen from the Boer side – Howard C. Hillegas

The chase of De Wet and other later phases of the Boer War as seen by an American correspondent (1901)

The colonials in South Africa, 1899-1902 – John Stirling (1907)

The Great Boer War – Arthur Conan Doyle(1900)

The great Boer War  with five maps in colors (1900)

The history of the Boer war Vol II – Cunliffe, Foster Hugh Egerton (1901)

The History of the Transvaal – H Rider Haggard (1899)

The mobile Boer; being the record of the observations of two brugher officers (1902)

The second Boer War, 1899-1900 –  Wisser, John P (1901)

The staff work of the Anglo-Boer war, 1899-1901 – Briggs, Elizabeth Charlotte (1901)

The War against the Dutch Republics in South Africa – its origin, progress, and results –  Ogden, H. J([1901]

The war in South Africa – its causes and effects – Hobson, J. A(1900)

Towards Pretoria; a record of the war between Briton and Boer, to the relief of Kimberley; (1900)

Twice captured- a record of adventure during the Boer War – Rosslyn, James Francis Harry St. Clair Erskine (1900)

War in South Africa and the Dark continent from savagery to civilization – Harding, William (1899)

Who’s who at the war (1900)

Why Kruger Made War Or, Behind the Boer Scenes (1900)

With Seven Generals in the Boer War –  A Personal Narrative (1900)

With the mounted infantry in South Africa; being side-lights on the Boer campaign 1899-1902 (1903

The Times History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902, v 1 Amery, Leopold Stennett, 1873-1955

The Times History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902, v 6 Amery, Leopold Stennett, 1873-1955

The Times History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902, v 7 Amery, Leopold Stennett, 1873-1955

 

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