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Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger & Chamberlain

Kruger & Chamberlain
Joseph Chamberlain in dire straits during talks with Paul Kruger of South Africa - Checkmate

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger, State President of Transvaal as an Ogre

Paul Kruger, State President of Transvaal as an Ogre
O!. Stephanus Johannes Paulus ( Paul ) Kruger, State President of the South African Republic (Transvaal) (1825-1905) - as an Ogre causing nightmares for various British Politicians of the day

Background imageKruger Collection: Hippos in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Hippos in Kruger National Park, South Africa
A group of hippos in Tshokwane, Kruger National Park, South Africa. The Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa, and contains around 3000 hippos, as well as many other wild animals

Background imageKruger Collection: Pretoria, South Africa, Burials of President Kruger & family

Pretoria, South Africa, Burials of President Kruger & family
Pretoria, South Africa - The Burial site of President Kruger and his family. Date: circa 1906

Background imageKruger Collection: Bank Holiday fun, Hampstead Heath, London

Bank Holiday fun, Hampstead Heath, London

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger pre-1900

Paul Kruger pre-1900

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger

Paul Kruger

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger President of South Africa

Paul Kruger President of South Africa

Background imageKruger Collection: Funeral of the late President Kruger, South Africa

Funeral of the late President Kruger, South Africa
Funeral of the late President Paul Kruger, South Africa Date: 1904

Background imageKruger Collection: President Kruger

President Kruger

Background imageKruger Collection: Mr Kruger's reception in Paris

Mr Kruger's reception in Paris
Kruger seen arriving at the Lyons Station in Paris, Mr Crozier (the Director of the Protocol), senator Guerin, the president of the municipal council and large crowds

Background imageKruger Collection: Mr Kruger delivering a speech

Mr Kruger delivering a speech
Mr Kruger in Marseilles France delivering a speech. Full name, Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger (October 1825 ??July 1904) was a South African politician

Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger landing at Marseilles

Kruger landing at Marseilles
Mr Kruger landing at Marseilles, arriving from the Gelderland (Netherlands). He is surrounded by Dr Leyds, Mr Eloff and the Boer officials

Background imageKruger Collection: William Thomas Stead - Newspaper editor and Peace campaigner

William Thomas Stead - Newspaper editor and Peace campaigner
A Pushing Stead. William Thomas Stead (18491912) - English newspaper editor who, pioneer of investigative journalism and peace campaigner. Died in the sinking of the Titanic

Background imageKruger Collection: EV / SAFRICA / 1896 / TOON

EV / SAFRICA / 1896 / TOON
Joseph Chamberlain in dire straits during talks with Paul Kruger of South Africa - Checkmate Date: 1896

Background imageKruger Collection: Paardekraal Monument to the Independence of Transvaal

Paardekraal Monument to the Independence of Transvaal
The Paardekraal Monument, erected by the Boers at Krugersdorp after they took a vow to free Transvaal from the clutches of the British Empire

Background imageKruger Collection: Best wishes card

Best wishes card printed with a photographic image of a bunch of red, pink and yellow roses in front of a yellow curtain, with a pale green toy car, sent to Mrs Dick and Mrs Hudson from H G Long

Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger, Joubert and Cronje with map of South Africa

Kruger, Joubert and Cronje with map of South Africa
President Paul Kruger, General Piet Joubert and General Piet Cronje with a map of the Transvaal, South Africa. Date: circa 1900

Background imageKruger Collection: Sir Alfred Milner

Sir Alfred Milner
Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner (1854 - 1925). British statesman and colonial administrator. Key British Empire figure in the events leading up to and following the Boer War

Background imageKruger Collection: Some of the lads in Charles Gullivers pantomime Dick Whitti

Some of the lads in Charles Gullivers pantomime Dick Whitti
Seen in Vaudeville: (top) some of the lads in Charles Gullivers pantomime Dick Whittington at the Palladium Theatre and (bottom) Elsa Kruger appearing at the London Coliseum, 1924 Date: 1924

Background imageKruger Collection: Paardekraal Monument to the Independence of Transvaal

Paardekraal Monument to the Independence of Transvaal
The Paardekraal Monument, erected by the Boers at Krugersdorp after they took a vow to free Transvaal from the clutches of the British Empire

Background imageKruger Collection: Poster, Liverpool Express, Down Kruger, Down

Poster, Liverpool Express, Down Kruger, Down
News vendor stand poster for 31 May 1900, Liverpool Express, Down Kruger, Down !!! Pretoria !!! Showing Kruger defeated by the British Lion during the Second Boer War. Date: 1900

Background imageKruger Collection: LCC-LFB Islington fire station stables -- Kruger

LCC-LFB Islington fire station stables -- Kruger
Islington fire station stables, Upper Street, showing a white horse named Kruger. The station opened in 1899. Horses would remain in use in the London Fire Brigade until 1921

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger

Paul Kruger
STEPHANUS JOHANNES PAULUS (PAUL) KRUGER, last President of the South African Republic and generlly regarded as the greatest figure Afrikanerdom produced

Background imageKruger Collection: The Forty Thieves by Ian Query

The Forty Thieves by Ian Query
Promotional postcard for The Forty Thieves by Ian Query The man in black carrying a bag of gold is Paul Kruger, a pantomime villain for British audiences during the Boer War

Background imageKruger Collection: Railway Station, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa

Railway Station, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa
Railway Station and Kruger memorial, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa. Date: circa 1920

Background imageKruger Collection: Former President Paul Kruger, wis gave and second wife

Former President Paul Kruger, wis gave and second wife
South Africa - Former President Paul Kruger (1825-1904), his grave at Pretoria and his late second wife Gezina (nee du Plessis) (18471901). Date: circa 1907

Background imageKruger Collection: President Krugers residence, Pretoria, South Africa

President Krugers residence, Pretoria, South Africa
President Krugers residence, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, with Boer guards and Transvaal flag. circa 1905

Background imageKruger Collection: New Mexico State Capitol. 20th century. Santa Fe. United Sta

New Mexico State Capitol. 20th century. Santa Fe. United Sta
New Mexico State Capitol. Designed by W.C. Kruger and built by Robert E. McKee. 1966. Exterior. Santa Fe. New Mexico. United States

Background imageKruger Collection: New Mexico State Capitol. Great Seal of the State of New Mex

New Mexico State Capitol. Great Seal of the State of New Mex
New Mexico State Capitol. Exterior. Detail of the Great Seal of the State of New Mexico. Santa Fe. New Mexico. United States

Background imageKruger Collection: South Africa - Zebra & Wildebeeste, Kruger National Park

South Africa - Zebra & Wildebeeste, Kruger National Park
Zebra & Wildebeeste, Kruger National Park, near, Limpopo/Mpumalanga, South Africa. Date: 1927

Background imageKruger Collection: P W Kruger, Denver Scout Troop, Johannesburg

P W Kruger, Denver Scout Troop, Johannesburg
P W Kruger, Scoutmaster, Denver Scout Troop, Johannesburg, South Africa

Background imageKruger Collection: South Africa / Kruger

South Africa / Kruger
Old thatched huts at Kruger, South Africa. Date: 1960s

Background imageKruger Collection: Mrs Paul Kruger

Mrs Paul Kruger
MRS PAUL KRUGER wife of the president of the Transvaal republic Date: circa 1890s

Background imageKruger Collection: Paul Kruger at Home

Paul Kruger at Home
PAUL KRUGER South African statesman, at home with friends. Date: 1825 - 1904

Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger and Visitors

Kruger and Visitors
STEPHANUS JOHANNES PAULUS KRUGER President of the Transvaal republic, receives visitors at the Presidency, Pretoria. Date: 1825 - 1904

Background imageKruger Collection: Joseph Chamberlain as a Lion Tamer

Joseph Chamberlain as a Lion Tamer, taming his various opponents and enemies, named as the Radicals, the opposition Press and the Boer African Lion (bearing a suspicious likeness to Paul Kruger)

Background imageKruger Collection: Joseph Chamberlain dream of Paul Kruger feeding him medicine

Joseph Chamberlain dream of Paul Kruger feeding him medicine
The Story of Cruel Joseph (cont.) - Joseph Chamberlain (1836-1914) dreams of being doctored (fed medicine) by a smiling South African Transvaal Republic leader Paul Kruger (1825-1905). Date: 1899

Background imageKruger Collection: Story of Cruel Joseph - Joseph Chamberlain and Paul Kruger

Story of Cruel Joseph - Joseph Chamberlain and Paul Kruger
The Story of Cruel Joseph (cont.) - Joseph Chamberlain tries to reach accord with the South African Boer leader Paul Kruger (1825-1905) (as a boar), but only ends up getting his ankles bitten

Background imageKruger Collection: The Ex-President of South Africa, Paul Kruger - in exile

The Ex-President of South Africa, Paul Kruger - in exile
The Ex-President of South Africa, Paul Kruger (1825-1904) in exile toward the end of his life, possibly at his final home in Clarens, Switzerland. Date: circa 1904

Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger Family Graves - Pretoria, South Africa

Kruger Family Graves - Pretoria, South Africa Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKruger Collection: South Africa - The Grave of President Paul Kruger - Pretoria

South Africa - The Grave of President Paul Kruger - Pretoria
South Africa - The Grave of Former President Paul Kruger (1825-1904) at Pretoria. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageKruger Collection: Second Boer War (1899-1902)

Second Boer War (1899-1902). Interview between Presidents Kruger and Steijn. Image from the illustrated supplement of the

Background imageKruger Collection: Kruger Park, Transvaal

Kruger Park, Transvaal
Lions in Kruger Park, Transvaal. circa 1930s

Background imageKruger Collection: Water Buck in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Water Buck in Kruger National Park, South Africa
A Water Buck in Timbavati, Kruger National Park, South Africa. The Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa, and contains around 5000 waterbuck, as well as many other wild animals

Background imageKruger Collection: Water Buffalo in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Water Buffalo in Kruger National Park, South Africa
Water Buffalo in Satara, Kruger National Park, South Africa. The Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa, and contains around 27, 000 buffalo, as well as many other wild animals

Background imageKruger Collection: Spotted Hyena in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Spotted Hyena in Kruger National Park, South Africa
A Spotted Hyena in Letaba, Kruger National Park, South Africa. The Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa, and contains around 2000 spotted hyenas, as well as many other wild animals

Background imageKruger Collection: President Paul Kruger

President Paul Kruger
Stephanes Johannes Paulus (Paul) Kruger (1825 - 1904). Last President of the South African Republic and leader of Boer forces during the Boer War



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