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The Boer War: Australians and the War in South Africa, 1899–1902


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Patriotic fervour on display in the streets of Sydney.

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Applicant for the Australian Commonwealth Horse.

From Chapter 2

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Six patriotic nurses bound for South Africa, 1900.

From Chapter 2

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Nomination of a priest to accompany the troops.

From Chapter 3

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This letter suggests the origin of the name 'Australian Light Horse'.

From Chapter 3

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Casualties from the engagement at Korster’s River, 1900.

From Chapter 4

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Three Australians stand over the grave of their comrade.

From Chapter 6

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Soldiers serving in NSW contingents who died on active service.

From Chapter 6

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Personnel departing for South Africa.

From Chapter 6

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Request from Gen. Lord Kitchener for copies of correspondence concerning DSOs.

From Chapter 6

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For some, surviving the war did not mean a return to normal society.

From Chapter 6

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Part of the service dossier of Benjamin Hamilton.

From Chapter 6

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Alexander Krygger of the 1st West Australian Contingent.

From Chapter a1

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The Boer War: Australians and the War in South Africa, 1899–1902 - front cover

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Trooper L W Matters, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen’s Contingent.

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The Boer War: Australians and the War in South Africa, 1899–1902 - back cover

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