Tag: Issue 74

Erasure of black suffering in Anglo-Boer War

Thousands perished in British concentration camps

Even though the South African War (1899-1902) is largely considered a battle between the British and the Boers, history has erased the unspeakable suffering of black people who were forced to endure sub-human conditions in the concentration camps of one of the most destructive armed conflicts in South Africa’s history.

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