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Anglo-Boer War Museum of the Boer Republics

Anglo-Boer War Museum of the Boer Republic

Anglo-Boer War Museum of the Boer Republics. Photo: Lisa Smets

 The Anglo-Boer War Museum of the Boer Republics

The Women’s Memorial commission found the Anglo-Boer War Museum of the Boer Republics in 1930 and it was officially opened in 1931 on the same terrain as the National Women’s Monument. For a comprehensive portrayal of the role of women and children during the war a visit to the museum with its impressive collection of paintings, artworks, photos, artefacts and memorabilia is invaluable.

The regular exhibitions and research centre is of international standards and definitely worth a visit. Outside exhibitions include a steam locomotive that carried British provisions during the war, several cannons and a British blockhouse. The museum was honoured as a national establishment on the 1st of April 1953.

 

Anglo-Boer War Museum.

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