- Camp Details
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- Unique ID:117
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They lived to go home
They died in the camp
They were Staff
They are not on Geni
- de Beer, Johannes Frederick Jacobus (20) 21/05/1901-30/10/1902
- Farm History - Mooiplaats,Spelonken
- S.o. Johannes de Beer
- Grobbelaar, Paul Stephanus Grobelaar (39) 116/1901-2/10/1902
- From Sandfontein, Low Country with two sons
- Gert Grobbelaar and
- Abraham Jacobus Grobelaar
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- While the two main forces in the Anglo-Boer War 2 were White, it was not an exclusively White war. At least 15 000 Blacks were used as combatants by the British, especially as scouts to track down Boer commandoes and armed block house guards, but also in non-combatant roles by both British and Boer forces as wagon drivers, etc. They suffered severely as result of the British "scorched earth policy" during which those who lived on White farms were removed to concentration camps, as were the women and children of their White employers