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South African War casualty roll
The South African War casualty roll: the "Natal Field Force," 20th Oct. th Oct. Buy South African War Casualty Roll: South African Field Force, 11th October, June, Facsimile of ed by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.
Official Boer War Casualty Rolls British and Empire Army Originally published by Authority in Cape Town this database lists the names, regiments, dates, locations and nature of casualty of all Officers and men of the South African Field Force from the outbreak of war, 11th October to 31st May and the Natal Field Force from 20 October to 26 October Get this from a library! South Africa Field Force casualty list, [Great Britain. Army.].
Rhodesian War to Roll of Honour of military, civilian and enemy casualties. Numerous memorials in South Africa,Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia are illustrated. Detailed descriptions are given of aircraft shot down or lost during the war years. Particular tributes are given to airmen of the Rhodesian Air Force / Air Force of Zimbabwe that were killed in action. The British Army in the Anglo-Boer War. South Africa, 11 October - 31 May 1st Battalion, Royal Scots, Northern Transvaal The Boer War was a watershed event for the British Army, the Boers employed hit-and-run tactics that not only caused losses the British could not afford, they did not conform to the usual "gentlemanly" rules of war.
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Casualty Rolls of the South African Campaign of (the Zulu War). Extracted from the work. by Tavender which was published in a Regimental and Rank order - hereit is listed by surname. These casualties are Battle casualties, not those who died of disease.
The South African War Casualty Roll THE “SOUTH AFRICAN FIELD FORCE” 11 th OCT. - JUNE Published by J.B. Hayward & Son, The Old Rectory, Polstead, Suffolk. The Boer Wars were two wars fought during – and – by the British Empire against the Dutch settlers of two independent Boer republics, the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Republic.
By contrast to the 1st Boer war was a lengthy war—involving large numbers of troops from many British possessions, which ended with the conversion of the Boer republics into British colonies (with a. War Office: Imperial Yeomanry, Registers and Casualty Books, South African War Description: These Imperial Yeomanry records from the War Office consist of registers, casualty books and a nominal roll of officers who served in South Africa, to Date: Related material: See also Division within WO.
Of all the books about South Africa’s year ‘Border War’ - fought on both sides of Angola’s frontier with present-day Namibia - South Africa’s Border War has always been rated as among the best. A significant, full-color volume, it originally s copies in South Africa alone and has been out of print for decades/5(10).
39 rows The South African War Casualty Roll: the "Natal Field Force" 20th Oct. - 26th Oct. Winifred Scott’s Anglo-Boer War Index The Official Casualty Rolls are published in two sets; The Natal Field Force (October To October ) (NFF) and the South African Field Force (October to May ) (SAFF).
Neither is easy to use, both are arranged. THE BOER WAR CASUALTY ROLL - Compiled by Alexander M Plamer THE QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO THE ROYAL NAVY AND THE ROYAL MARINES - Compiled by W H Fevyer and J W Wilson.
Found here is a sample of the full roll of the QSA & KSA entitlements to the Lancashire Fusiliers. The data is extracted from the relevent WO series at the National Archives, Kew and data has been added from the 'South African War Casualty Roll' - there are 4, men in total.
THE BOER WAR CASUALTY ROLL - Compiled by Alexander M Plamer THE QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO THE ROYAL NAVY AND THE ROYAL MARINES - Compiled by W H Fevyer and J W Wilson. THE V.C. AND D.S.O. BOOK VOUME II and VOLUME III published by Naval and Military Press.
Details about the Anglo-Boer War Records The Official Casualty Rolls are published in two sets: The Natal Field Force (NFF) (October to October ) and the South African Field Force (SAFF) (October to May ). Neither is easy to use, both are arranged by unit and SAFF is divided into six sections by date.
Oaklands Book Division, ), p ; The South African War Casualty Roll (Pub. Hayward, Suffolk, ); Watt, S A, 'Deelfontein' in Military History Journal, Vol 7 No 4, Decemberpp ; Howe, Countess [formerly Georgina Curzon], The Imperial Yeomanry Hospitals in South Africa,Volumes 1 and 2 (London, ).
The South African Border War, also known as the Namibian War of Independence, and sometimes denoted in South Africa as the Angolan Bush War, was a largely asymmetric conflict that occurred in Namibia (then South West Africa), Zambia, and Angola from 26 August to 21 March It was fought between the South African Defence Force (SADF) and the People's Liberation Army of Location: South West Africa (Namibia), Angola, Zambia.
Alexander M. Palmer's The Boer War casualty roll – (Perth, WA: A. Palmer, ) includes an alphabetical listing of those who were wounded or taken prisoner as well as those who died. Where they served P L Murray, Official Records of the Australian contingents to the war in South Africa. South African War Casualty Roll The 'South African Field Force', 11 Oct - June(Suffolk, ).
Van den Bergh, G, 24 Battles and Battlefields of the North-West Province, (Potchefstroom, ). Watkins Yardley, Lt-Col J, With the Inniskilling Dragoons, (London, ). This list of wars by death toll includes all deaths that are either directly or indirectly caused by the war.
These numbers usually include the deaths of military personnel which are the direct results of battle or other military wartime actions, as well as the wartime/war-related deaths of soldiers which are the results of war-induced epidemics, famines, atrocities, genocide, etc.
THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR CASUALTY ROLL: THE SOUTH AFRICAN FIELD FORCE 11TH OCT - JUNE Book condition Used Keywords Colonial & Other Wars A list of casualties by regiment. Tables include name and number of casualty the nature of the injury or cause of death and location.
UL-XXXXXX. £ THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR CASUALTY ROLL: THE SOUTH AFRICAN FIELD FORCE 11TH OCT - JUNE Paperback – 1 Jan. See all Manufacturer: J. Hayward Pubs. Ltd. The Memorial's Pre First World War Conflicts Nominal Rolls Boer War information has been compiled using P.L.
Murray's Official records of the Australian contingents to the war in South Africa – (Melbourne: Government Printer, ) as a major source. This book has a brief history of each contingent, lists men serving in each. David Katz's book South Africans versus Rommel is a timely addition to this country's war histories; providing the descendants our North African Desert War veterans, half of whom were Afrikaners, with an accessible yet detailed andmeticulously researched military history.
Katz's book often invokes outrage at commanders'ineptitude with the lives of brave men; this book content is part /5(6). The Second War, commonly known as the Boer War, between the British Empire and the two independent Boer republics lasted three years, and involved a large number of troops from many British possessions such as Australia, New Zealand and Canada and the Boer people with a high casualty rate on both sides.Al Venter's latest book on South Africa's year Border War along the Angolan frontier offers a host of new perspectives.
These include details about units like the South African Air Force 44 Squadron which converted Dakota aircraft into flying gun platforms similar to those used in America's war in South .The South Africa Roll of Honour records the names of o South African born soldiers who died during the First World War between and The document is divided by units such as: Infantry, Artillery, Services, Mounted Units, Engineering Units, Medical Units, Motor Cycle Corps, British and Imperial Units, etc.