This project is dedicated to the memory of the around
20,000 Australians who, a century ago, risked all to
serve their Queen, Empire and Country in the Second
Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) - in particular the 600
plus who lost their lives in the process. They have not
been entirely forgotten.
Can you help to identify the perhaps 100 or more
Australians thought to be buried in Africa as Britishers
or South Africans because they died serving in British
or South African irregular units? Their sacrifice also
deserves to be recognised by modern Australia.
Lest we Forget
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14 March 2005