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Like many other travellers i saw the memorial on my way into the Nambiti game reserve and decided to take a look on the way out. I'd recommend taking a little time to visiting both the British memorial near the northern entrance to Nambiti and...More
Situated at the northern entrance to the game park this small cemetery on the site of one of the earliest encounters of the Boer war is another telling reminder of the loss of life in a far off forgotten corner of the world. In our...More
We passed this on the way into Nambiti, and decided to stop on the way out.
Pleasantly surprised to see how well kept the Memorial is.
Very simple and natural setting - made me wonder what all those young men from all over Britain must...More
This memorial is situated close to one of the entrance gates to Nambithi and is worth a stop. It is kept very clean and gives details some of the soldiers who were killed during this particular battle.
Elandslaagte was one of the most vicious of the Anglo/Boer War battles and the memorial is a fitting reminder of this. Situated on the boundary of Nambiti Game Reserve the site, although not very well maintained, is a must for anyone who is interested in...More
Anglo Boer War. A remberance about the terrible way the British killed the Boers with lances as they were trying to escape from them. They suffered a horrible death and the English joked about it sfterwards and said the have been pig sticking the Boers.
The battlefield at Elandslaagte is somewhat difficult to get to, as part of it is enclosed by the Nambiti game reserve. When you travel on the N11 from Newcastle to Ladysmith, you will come to th Elandslaagte turnoff onvyour left. It is approximately 20 km...More