Boers

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South African Wars (1879–1915) - Colonial and Indigenous Groups - Dutch Boers
... Together the descendants of these groups were called Boers because this is the Dutch and Afrikaans word for farmer ... was one source of tension between the Boers and British ... The Boers also resented "gelykstelling", a process of social levelling between blacks and whites which the British allegedly supported ...
Setshele I - Battle of Dimawe
... such as Livingstone were unpopular with the Boers, in Livingstone's case because he was believed to have supplied rifles and ammunition to the Kwêna ... Africa, between the Transvaal and Shoshong, Sechele was perceived by the Boers as a danger to their western border ... a group of Bahurutshe people who were slaves of the Boers escaped and fled to the Kwêna for protection ...
London To Ladysmith Via Pretoria - The Events Described
... the armoured train he had been travelling with was ambushed by Boers I have had, in the last four years, the advantage, if it be an advantage, of many strange and varied experiences, from which the student of realities ... He described his impressions of the Boer army when he first saw it, as a recently taken captive What men they were, these Boers! I thought of them as I had seen them ... in the newspapers of how the Kaffirs had jeered at the Boer prisoners when they were marched into Pietermaritzburg, saying, 'Where are your passes?' It had seemed a very harmless joke then, but now I ...
Christiaan Boers
... Christianus Franciscus Johannes (Christiaan) Boers (24 October 1889 The Hague- 3 May 1942) was a captain of the Royal Netherlands Army during World War II ... After the surrender of Dutch forces on 15 May 1940, Boers joined the Dutch resistance ... Boers was executed by the Germans at the Sachsenhausen camp in 1942 ...
South African Wars (1879–1915) - Military Conflicts - The First Boer War (or First South African War)(1880–1881)
... in removing much of the "native problem" from the borders of the Boer Transvaal had unintended adverse consequences ... The removal of British focus from its Boer issues allowed the Boers to concentrate on the continued British control of the Transvaal ... General Wolseley was openly against any notion of Boer independence and issued statements that gatherings in protest of the British rule could lead to prosecution for treason ...