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1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster

1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster

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1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster

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  • 1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster 1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster
  • 1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster 1899 2nd Boer-British War Battle of Belmont Illustrated Poster

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This vintage illustrated poster depicts the Battle of Belmont during the second Boer-British War.

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This vintage illustrated poster depicts the Battle of Belmont during the second Boer-British War. 

 

The Second Boer War, commonly referred to as The Boer War and also known as the South African War (outside of South Africa), the Anglo-Boer War (among most South Africans) and in Afrikaans as the Anglo-Boereoorlog or Tweede Vryheidsoorlog ("Second War of Liberation"), or the Engelse oorlog (English War) was fought from 11 October 1899 until 31 May 1902, between the British Empire and the two independent Boer republics of the South African Republic (Transvaal Republic) and the Orange Free State.

The origins of the war were complex, resulting from over two centuries of conflict between the Boers and the British Empire. The British had, in 1806, during the Napoleonic Wars, taken permanent possession of the Cape Colony and over subsequent decades successive waves of Boers had migrated away from the rule of the British Empire in the Cape Colony, first along the eastern coast towards Natal and then, after Natal was annexed in 1843, northwards towards the interior where two independent Boer republics (the Orange Free State, and the South African Republic - also called the Transvaal) were established. The British recognised the two Boer Republics in 1852 and 1854 but the annexation of the Transvaal in 1877 led to the First Boer War, 1880-1. After British defeats, most heavily at the Battle of Majuba, Transvaal independence was restored subject to certain conditions but relations were uneasy.

 

Historical references courtesy of wikipedia.org 

 

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Filter by Photo Date: 1800s
Print Sizes 17x22, 24x36
Photo Dimensions: No
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