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  • Anglo-Boer War Museum(122 clicks)
    One of the most significant events in the history of South Africa was the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902. Although the protagonists were Britain and the two Boer Republics, the population of South Africa as a whole became embroiled in the war either directly or indirectly.
  • Belongings. Property, Family and Identity in Colonial South Africa.(142 clicks)
    Laura J. Mitchell teaches African history, world history, and historical theory and method at the University of California in Irvine.
  • Boer War Centenary(123 clicks)
    Various resources
  • Boer Wars(125 clicks)
    From the Canadian Forces College
  • Documents of South Africa and the ANC(113 clicks)
    "This section contains documents that were either produced by the ANC, about the role of the ANC and its allies in the struggle for liberation or directly concerned with the ANC."
  • Documents of the ANC(112 clicks)
    "Documents of the ANC - site maintaied by the AFrican National Congress"
  • H-SAfrica(129 clicks)
    "H-SAfrica is an international electronic discussion group dedicated to the promotion of all aspects of South and Southern Africa history and culture, and Southern African studies in general."
  • Majuba(119 clicks)
    The first war of independence against the British.
  • New Zealand's Participation in the South African ('Boer') War 1899-1902(140 clicks)
  • South Africa War Virtual Library(130 clicks)
    Wonderful resource
  • South African Military Society(118 clicks)
    The SA Military History Society is a non-profit society of enthusiasts dedicated to the study, recording and dissemination of military aspects of South Africa's history.
  • South African Politics(123 clicks)
  • South African Virtual War Library(123 clicks)
    Not a celebration of war but a look at war as a human experience. Detailed information on South Africa.
  • Soweto '76 Archive(118 clicks)
  • Who fought the South African War?(122 clicks)
    Refutes the belief that it was a white man's war.
  • “I Saw a Nightmare…”Doing Violence to Memory: The Soweto Uprising, June 16, 1976(116 clicks)
    Book by Helena Pohlandt-McCormick