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Genl Koos de la Rey, was a general during the Boer War and is widely regarded as one of the strongest and bravest of the Boer generals during the War and as one of the leading figures of Boer independence. On 15/09/1914 Genl Beyers sent his car to fetch De la Rey from Jburg to Pta. The two Genls set out for Potchefstroom military camp. They encountered police roadblocks but refused to stop. At Langlaagte the police fired on the speeding car and a bullet struck De la Rey's back, ending his…

Genl Koos de la Rey, was a general during the Boer War and is widely regarded as one of the strongest and bravest of the Boer generals during the War and as one of the leading figures of Boer independence. On 15/09/1914 Genl Beyers sent his car to fetch De la Rey from Jburg to Pta. The two Genls set out for Potchefstroom military camp. They encountered police roadblocks but refused to stop. At Langlaagte the police fired on the speeding car and a bullet struck De la Rey's back, ending his…

ANC-communists. The ruling party in South Africa.

ANC-communists. The ruling party in South Africa.

South African Recce squadron boys out on patrol.

South African Recce squadron boys out on patrol.

Kerkstraat Bom

Kerkstraat Bom

Bekkersdal Township, South Africa, Feb 1994: Riot Police patrol during three way clashes between security forces, ANC members and  AZAPO supporters in the far West Rand township of Bekkerdal, South Africa.

Bekkersdal Township, South Africa, Feb 1994: Riot Police patrol during three way clashes between security forces, ANC members and AZAPO supporters in the far West Rand township of Bekkerdal, South Africa.

May 20, 1983 - Umkhonto we Sizwe, an activist group serving as the military wing of the African National Congress blew up Church Street, Pretoria. The Church Street bombing killed 19 people and wounded 217 others, making it one of the largest attacks engaged in by the ANC during its armed struggle against apartheid. #history #apartheid #churchstreet

May 20, 1983 - Umkhonto we Sizwe, an activist group serving as the military wing of the African National Congress blew up Church Street, Pretoria. The Church Street bombing killed 19 people and wounded 217 others, making it one of the largest attacks engaged in by the ANC during its armed struggle against apartheid. #history #apartheid #churchstreet

SADF troops find tracks | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

SADF troops find tracks | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1 Parachute Battalion

1 Parachute Battalion

This flash video is a tribute to an Angolan patriot, who was killed in that country's civil war.

This flash video is a tribute to an Angolan patriot, who was killed in that country's civil war.

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