Author: Charles Ross

Not for Ourselves, but for Others

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Tobruk War Cemetery

TOBRUK WAR CEMETERY On 21 June 1942 Tobruk fell, giving the German Afrika Korps major victory in North Africa. South African forces, along with numerous other Allies were very much…
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Sinking of the Arniston – 200th Anniversary

Images by Peter Napier 200 YEARS SINCE THE SINKING OF THE ARNISTON COMMEMORATED 30 May 1815 – The East Indiaman Arniston is wrecked during a storm at Waenhuiskrans near Cape…
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Dar Es Salaam Cemetery

The East African campaign of the First World War which started on 05 August 1914 when troops from the Uganda attacked German boast on Lake Victoria. This was soon followed…
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Hamilton War Cemetery – Bloemfontein

  BLOEMFONTEIN (HAMILTON) WAR CEMETERY The Hamilton War Cemetery in Bloemfontein with its 74 Commonwealth graves is one of the 602 burial sites in which 8 440 casualties are commemorated…
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