Boer War (1899-1902)
Found in 366 Collections and/or Records:
Notice of reward for capturing "the escaped prisoner of war, Churchill" dead or alive.
Photograph of WSC with other prisoners during the Boer War in [Pretoria, South Africa], being marched forward, with a train and crowd of people in the background. WSC is walking at the right hand side of the group, head bent and wearing a cap.
Photograph of WSC standing with other prisoners during the Boer War in [Pretoria, South Africa], with a crowd of people in the background. WSC is standing to the right, with his hands behind him, wearing a cap.
Acquired Papers. Letters and telegrams from various correspondents to Lady Randolph Churchill concerning WSC's capture and escape from the Boers. All items are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described., 1899
Acquired papers. Letters from John S Churchill to Lady Randolph Churchill and WSC. Most items relate to John S Churchill's time with the South African Light Horse during the Boer War. All letters are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described., 03 Apr 1900 - 18 Aug 1905
Acquired Papers. Scrapbook of newspaper cuttings (photographs, illustrations and articles)relating to the Boer War., 1899 - 1900
WSC supporting reform to win Boer war, Tariff Reform and Liberalism.
Comprising extracts from his Boer War diary.
Comprising: Home, Clevedon, Eton; Sandhurst and Examinations; The Grenadier Guards; Racing: a Story of the Inevitable; Ireland; Canada; South African War 1900-1902; Tennis, Hunting, Stalking, Golf, Fishing and Shooting; The First German War: France and Belgium; Italy; Some Notes on the Battle of Vittorio Veneto and After; From Aldershot to Washington; and War Office 1922-26.
With correspondence with Field Marshal Sir William Robertson, 1925 (2).
Letters from LSA, mainly to Chirol [Director of the Foreign Department of the Times] and also to George Buckle [Editor of the Times] on LSA's work as the Times war correspondent in South Africa. Also includes letter to LSA from Major-General Ian Hamilton [Military Secretary, Headquarters] confirming that LSA's views on South Africa were being advocated and urging him to set to work.
Letters from Chirol [Director of the Foreign Department of the Times] and also from George Buckle [Editor of the Times] on LSA's work as the Times war correspondent in South Africa, and also on events in China.
Correspondence with Lionel James [special correspondent for the Times in South Africa] on LSA's Times History of the South African War.
Photograph of WSC standing [? on a platform] at the far left of the picture, smiling with his hat in his hand, in front of a crowd of people at the docks in Durban [South Africa] following his escape from Pretoria. In the background, people are lining the side of a ship to watch.
Photograph of WSC at some distance, standing with his hands on his hips, on the steps of Durban Town Hall, addressing a crowd of people, following his escape from Pretoria [South Africa]. In the foreground there is a grey horse in harness.
Photograph of WSC standing with his hands on his hips, at the corner of a building in Durban, looking to the left and addressing a crowd of people, following his escape from Pretoria [South Africa].
Half-length photograph of WSC, standing smiling with his hat in his hand, facing the camera and wearing an oversize coat, at the docks in Durban, following his escape from Pretoria [South Africa]. In the background, people are lining the side of a ship to watch.
Photograph of WSC facing away from the camera, standing with his hat in his hand, in a half-walled passenger lift, being hoisted off a ship, following his escape from Pretoria [South Africa].
Reports and interviews used in LSA's defence in a libel action brought against him by a soldier from the South African War, including: accounts of a battle at Leliefontein, near Senekal (1900); annotated proofs from the Times History of the South African War; witness statements and other legal papers; material from an earlier action brought against General Sir [Henry] Leslie Rundle and others.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.