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Botha Collection

Background imageBotha Collection: Plan of Ladysmith and Chronicle of Events, 1900. Creators: Unknown, William T Maud

Plan of Ladysmith and Chronicle of Events, 1900. Creators: Unknown, William T Maud
Plan of Ladysmith and Chronicle of Events, 1900. The Siege of Ladysmith in the Second Boer War, took place between 2 November 1899 and 28 February 1900 From " South Africa and the Transvaal War

Background imageBotha Collection: Victor and Vanquished - The Conquest of German South-West Africa, 9 July 1915, (1919)

Victor and Vanquished - The Conquest of German South-West Africa, 9 July 1915, (1919). Scene from the First World War: General Louis Botha [Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa

Background imageBotha Collection: General Louis Botha, c1910s, (1919). Creator: Unknown

General Louis Botha, c1910s, (1919). Creator: Unknown
General Louis Botha, c1910s, (1919). Portrait of General Louis Botha (1862-1919), Afrikaner soldier and statesman....once a gallant foe as Commander-in-Chief of the Boers in the South African War

Background imageBotha Collection: General Louis Botha, (1862-1919), Afrikaner soldier and statesman, 1894-1907

General Louis Botha, (1862-1919), Afrikaner soldier and statesman, 1894-1907. Botha was Commander-in-chief of the Boer forces from 1900 during the 2nd Boer War (1899-1902)

Background imageBotha Collection: General Botha and his three sons, 1914

General Botha and his three sons, 1914. Louis Botha (27 September 1862 - 27 August 1919) was a South African politician who was the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa

Background imageBotha Collection: Guard of Honour at City Hall, South Africa, World War I, c1914-c1918

Guard of Honour at City Hall, South Africa, World War I, c1914-c1918. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
Guard of Honour at City Hall, South Africa, World War I, c1914-c1918. Reception to General Botha on return from GSWA. Louis Botha, Prime Minister of South Africa

Background imageBotha Collection: Boer commanders, South Africa, Boer War, 1902. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Boer commanders, South Africa, Boer War, 1902. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Boer commanders, South Africa, Boer War, 1902. Ex-Commandant Generals Christiaan de Wet (1854-1922), Koos de la Rey (1837-1914) and Louis Botha (1862-1919)

Background imageBotha Collection: Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, 1900 (1951)

Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, 1900 (1951). Botha was Commander-in-chief of the Boer forces from 1900 during the 2nd Boer War (1899-1902)

Background imageBotha Collection: General Louis Botha and his sons, c1918, (c1920)

General Louis Botha and his sons, c1918, (c1920). Botha (1862-1919) became the first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa

Background imageBotha Collection: Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900

Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900. Botha (1862-1919), pictured here posing with his decorated Mauser rifle

Background imageBotha Collection: Louis Botha receiving intelligence from a native spy, 2nd Boer War, c1900

Louis Botha receiving intelligence from a native spy, 2nd Boer War, c1900. Louis Botha (1862-1919), South African soldier and statesman, was Commander-in-chief of Boer forces from 1900 during the war

Background imageBotha Collection: Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Artist: Frederick Judd Waugh

Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Artist: Frederick Judd Waugh
Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Boers charging Major Goughs force at Blood River. The British were overwhelmed by Bothas Boers who captured much-needed supplies of ammunition


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