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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 291 pictures in our Boer collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Battle of Majuba Hill Featured Print

The Battle of Majuba Hill

The Transvaal War: the Battle of Majuba Hill. Majuba Hill was the main battle of the First Boer War, and one which the British resoundingly lost. The officer to the left with binoculars is General Sir George Colley, commanding officer, who was killed by Boer marksmen; to facilitate his ascent of the hill (says the ILN), he took off his boots and during the fighting wore only socks and slippers; the officer in the foreground to whom the doctor is offering a flask is Major L C Singleton of the 92nd Gordon Highlanders who died of his wounds. The figure on the extreme left is J A Cameron, Special Correspondent of the Standard. Date: 27th February 1881

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WW1 - Well Done South Africa Featured Print

WW1 - Well Done South Africa

WW1 - 'Well Done South Africa' - During the First World War, Jan Smuts formed the South African Defence Force. His first task was to suppress the Maritz Rebellion by pro-German forces led by Colonel Maritz, commander of the frontier forces. Louis Botha carried out the campaign against the rebels but it was organised by Smuts who was Minister of Defence. Date: circa 1914

Palermo, Sicily, Italy - Monte Pellegrino and the port Featured Print

Palermo, Sicily, Italy - Monte Pellegrino and the port

The Battlefield at Colenso - site of the heavy defeat of British forces by the Boers during the Second Boer War on 15th December 1899. The Monument to Lieutenant the Honourable Frederick Roberts (son of Field Marshal Lord Roberts) and positions of the only two guns saved can be seen in this view. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection