Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Boer War Grave Sites

Here are a few South African vintage postcards, mostly military graves from the Boer War. I think the manufacturer did a good job on them. I wonder what state they are in, today?

Monument to the Imperial Light Horse at Wagon Hill 
Monument to Worcester Regiment at Colesberg

Monument to the Rifle Brigade at Caesars Camp

The Cemetery at Chieveley

Monument to Connaught Rangers at Pieters Hill

Once Boer trenches, now the graves of British and Boers on Spion Kop

Graves of brave soldiers at Caesars Camp

Boer War and Zulu War Monuments - Pietermaritzburg

Cape Police Memorial - Kimberley

2 comments:

Bill Nicholls said...

I assume you are talking aboutthe Memorials & graves in wich case there is no reason they shold not be still there

Bill Nicholls said...

Check these
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Platrand_Memorials

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