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Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders in the Boer War (in southern Africa) 1899-1902

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Recognition and numbers
Roles (what the Aboriginal soldiers did)
Some individuals
Photos
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Aboriginals and War
Recognition and numbers Rossiter (Image: ABC)Aboriginal soldiers who fought in the Boer War 'deserve greater recognition' (abc.net.au)
The number of identified Aboriginal soldiers who fought in the Boer War (southern Africa, 1899-1902) now stands at 12.

Claim that 50 Aboriginal trackers were left behind at end of Boer War (abc.net.au)
Transcript from ABC Radio's PM program.
See also Aust trackers forgotten in foreign land (sbs.com.au)


Roles (what they did) Role of Aboriginal trackers in the Boer War: Forum discussion (Victorian Wars Forum)
Aboriginal trackers in the Boer War (Africa), 1899-1902.

Indigenous Histories: Boer War (indigenoushistories.com)
Blog entries on the participation of Australian Aboriginals in the Boer War.

Some individuals Private John Brooks (bwm.org.au)Boer War Memorial: Private John Brooks (bwm.org.au)
Includes information about Private John Brooks, an Australian aboriginal soldier who served in the Boer War.





William Stubbings (indigenoushistories.com)William Stubbings: Aboriginal Soldier of the Boer War (indigenoushistories.com)
William James Stubbings served in South Africa from 1899 to 1902.

Photos Queensland Bushmen (Image: AIATSIS)Rare photo of Indigenous involvement in the Boer War (aiatsis.gov.au)
Photograph of the 4th Contingent Queensland Imperial Bushmen, August 1901.


 
 

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Aboriginals in World War 1
Aboriginals in World War 2
Aboriginals in war: Issues
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