Event    From 1899  To 1902

South African War / Boer War

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

Countries: Africa

Also known as the (second) (Anglo-)Boer War. The war is described in three phases: first: The Boer offensive (October–December 1899); second: The British offensive (January to September 1900); rhird: Guerrilla war (September 1900 – May 1902).

 The Register of the Anglo-Boer War contains further information on these who served in this war.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
South African War / Boer War

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Carabiniers' memorial

{On a shield at the top of the monument:} Sixth Dragoon Guards Carabiniers. ...

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Guy's South African war memorial

2022: Sebastian Bulmer told us about AngloBoerWar which has extensive photogr...

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Lauderdale Road Synagogue - Halford

This design was used repeatedly to commemorate the dead of the City of London...

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Royal Artillery Boer War memorial

Bronze statue depicts War being controlled by Peace. Unveiled by the Duke of ...

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South African War

We are told by the people at The Register of the Anglo-Boer War that this war...

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Other Subjects

W. Goad, Jnr.

W. Goad, Jnr.

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
Sir Roderic Maxwell Hill

Sir Roderic Maxwell Hill

Air Chief Marshall.  Born Hampstead.  Fought in both world wars, earning his wings in 1916.  On retirement became Rector of the Imperial College of Science and Technology 1948 - 54, Vice-Chancellor...

Person, Armed Forces, Education

1 memorial
Burma Campaign

Burma Campaign

Fought in the former British colony of Burma (now Myanmar), primarily between the forces of the British Empire and China, with support from the United States, against the invading forces of Japan, ...

Event, Armed Forces, Burma

1 memorial
Royal Garrison Church of St George

Royal Garrison Church of St George

Built by Thomas Henry Wyatt, in the Italianate style. It became a royal garrison church in 1928, following a visit by King George V. It contains many mosaics, particularly one by Antonio Salviati, ...

Building, Architecture, Armed Forces, Religion

1 memorial
Police Memorial Trust

Police Memorial Trust

A charitable organisation created following a letter to The Times from Michael Winner about the death of Yvonne Fletcher, and it was in her memory that the Trust's first memorial was erected. The p...

Group, Armed Forces, History, Philanthropy

9 memorials