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File:British casualties, Spionkop, 1900.jpg


Afrikaans: Britse gesneuweldes by die Slag van Spioenkop op 24 Januarie 1900
English: British dead after the battle at Spion Kop. 24th Jan. 1900
Date 24 January 1900
Author Unknown

I cannot agree that these are British and not Boer casualties. Even the mounted infantry and other volunteers were put into uniforms. There also appears to be a black man amongst the dead, who could only be a personal servant accompanying his employer/s.


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